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Fine Confederate Early Transitional LeMat Revolver
Fine Confederate Early Transitional LeMat Revolver
Serial number 492, Caliber .42/18 ga. This is a fine example of an early transitionail LeMat with most all first model features other than the placement of the loading assembly. All major parts numbered 492. The removable loading rod is numbered 823 but based on patina it appears to have been with this revolver a very long time.

This revolver has an unusual 1/2 octagonal breech which measures 2-1/2" turning into round barrel.
The revolver is pictured in Doug Adams' most recent and the best book on LeMat's entitled "The Confederate LeMat Revolver", published in 2005.
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Identified Major General Martin Luther Smith's Confederate Frock Coat With Mexican War Topographical Engineer Epaulets And Hat Insignia
Identified Major General Martin Luther Smith's Confederate Frock Coat With Mexican War Topographical Engineer Epaulets And Hat Insignia
Identified Major General Martin Luther Smith's Confederate Frock Coat With his Mexican War Topographical Engineer Epaulets And Hat Insignia. This coat for many years was on display, while loaned, at the Museum of the Confederacy (now the Museum of the American Civil War) in Richmond, Virginia. This coat has been professionally conserved and detailed illustrated conservation reports accompany. All descended in the family until now.
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Full time dealer in authentic Civil War antiques and relics. Rick Burton is a full time dealer in authentic Civil War antiques and relics. He has combined a love of history and metal detecting, resulting in a passion for recovering and preserving artifacts from the conflict. Years of seeing and dealing in dug artifacts has helped him develop a keen eye for the metalurgy and appearance of authentic items of the period.

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