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It is #22504 and has the plain stocks with no medallions. Maybe around 1920 or so. Nice revolver. Big Larry
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Nice one, Larry.

My RP 38 data on post-war guns are very sparse, but I have a 16094 already with the 1920 non-medallion stocks, so that would push yours up a bit. I can't quite tell from the photo, the side of the frame looks uniformly dark, but it does not appear to have the MADE IN USA, so that means pre-mid-1922.
 

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Nice one, Larry.

My RP 38 data on post-war guns are very sparse, but I have a 16094 already with the 1920 non-medallion stocks, so that would push yours up a bit. I can't quite tell from the photo, the side of the frame looks uniformly dark, but it does not appear to have the MADE IN USA, so that means pre-mid-1922.
No Made in USA and has small logo on left side. Other than the stocks, which have the patent dates,it appears to be a copy of my #108 which has no date and gold medallions.
Thanks all. Big Larry
 

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Very nice. After I bought #108, I got in touch with a friend and he sold me, out of his private collection, a sealed, near mint, box of Winchester 1916 dated 38 S&W's, period to my early gun. I will look for a box, but doubt I would ever find one to match the condition of #108. Thanks for sharing. Big Larry
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