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Did that number come off the butt, or inside the crane? The sights and grips both look like later additions. More pics, right side and butt?
 

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yes that is the triple lock - officially a '44 Hand Ejector 1st Model' - probably from about 1910 or so..

looks to have aftermarket sights - are there any manufacturer marks on them ?

additionally. the target grips are much later.. 1960 or so..
 

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yes that is the triple lock - officially a '44 Hand Ejector 1st Model' - probably from about 1910 or so..

looks to have aftermarket sights - are there any manufacturer marks on them ?

additionally. the target grips are much later.. 1960 or so..
Yeah, I believe those grips are "Coke Bottle" targets - a.k.a. "Cokes"

So you have one of the most valuable 44 hand ejectors, with a set of the most valuable stocks.

Quite the package you have there.
 

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Hey B,

Wow! What a fine looking revolver!!

Later, Mark
 

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Yep. It's a Triple Lock. That S/N and the large logo put it in the middle of the range. They didn't ship in numerical order, but I'd guess the mid 'teens.

Very nice example, worth quite a bit, even with the non original grips and sights. kfjdrfirii

They're very accurate, and with lead bullets last essentially forever.
 
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