{Daria Milky, open roleplay} "My name is Lucy." she says smiling. "I'm 16 and in my 6th year at Hogwarts. I'm a pure blood and my favorite class is herbology, least is transfiguration. I'm a Ravenclaw and I have a cat. My family is a little disappointed but very happy, being as I come from a long line of Hufflepuffs."

{Daria Milky, open roleplay} "My name is Lucy." she says smiling. "I'm 16 and in my 6th year at Hogwarts. I'm a pure blood and my favorite class is herbology, least is transfiguration. I'm a Ravenclaw and I have a cat. My family is a little disappointed but very happy, being as I come from a long line of Hufflepuffs."

A Presentation Model 1862 Police and Pocket Navy Conversion Revolver . Circa 1873-1880; serial number 23773E Owner: scout Captain Cyrus McNeeley Scott Inscribed: C.M. Scott Manufacturer: Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company Engraver: Louis D. Nimschke, "THIS GUN HAS A TIFFANY COMPANY GRIP" .

A Presentation Model 1862 Police and Pocket Navy Conversion Revolver . Circa 1873-1880; serial number 23773E Owner: scout Captain Cyrus McNeeley Scott Inscribed: C.M. Scott Manufacturer: Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company Engraver: Louis D. Nimschke, "THIS GUN HAS A TIFFANY COMPANY GRIP" .

Colt , Model 1871–72 Open Top Frontier Revolver. Circa 1875; serial number 4974 Manufacturer: Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company Engraver: Louis D. Nimschke "THIS GUN HAS A TIFFANY GRIP"

Colt , Model 1871–72 Open Top Frontier Revolver. Circa 1875; serial number 4974 Manufacturer: Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company Engraver: Louis D. Nimschke "THIS GUN HAS A TIFFANY GRIP"

Ottoman government contract Smith and Wesson .44 Henry Rimfire caliber revolver, supplied to the military in the early 1870's and were converted from .44 Russian caliber by Smith & Wesson prior to shipment to meet the terms of the 5,000-gun contract. The revolver was subsequently decorated in the period of use with nearly full coverage of vine and geometric silver damascene inlay. The only areas not covered are the barrel and cylinder flutes and the outer edging.

Ottoman government contract Smith and Wesson .44 Henry Rimfire caliber revolver, supplied to the military in the early 1870's and were converted from .44 Russian caliber by Smith & Wesson prior to shipment to meet the terms of the 5,000-gun contract. The revolver was subsequently decorated in the period of use with nearly full coverage of vine and geometric silver damascene inlay. The only areas not covered are the barrel and cylinder flutes and the outer edging.

This is the "ONLY KNOWN" Smith & Wesson 1st Model Schofield model, ivory grips single action revolver which was manufactured for the U.S. government in 1875 with a total production of only about 3000.

This is the "ONLY KNOWN" Smith & Wesson 1st Model Schofield model, ivory grips single action revolver which was manufactured for the U.S. government in 1875 with a total production of only about 3000.

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