1860 Transition Richards 2nd Model Conversion at the gun show
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    Thanks again Chaffee, I was wondering if attempting a letter would even make sense, you cleared that up!

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    As I impatiently await the ability to pick this revolver up, I started looking closer at photos. I blew up the photo of the pattent dates and it looks pretty clear that you can see the original date underneath the Conversion pattern date. That would seem to make sense to me if the frame was originally an 1860 Army or should I be wary?

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    No worries. Sometimes the later patent dates are stamped over the earlier 'Colts Patent'.
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