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Hi, I'm looking for some assistance regarding an 1860 Army Richards Conversion. The serial numbers are as follows: 188784 barrel (mfg.1870), 191554 frame (mfg. 1871), 554 wedge, 1554 cylinder, 191554 trigger guard, and 191554 backstrap. It appears that the conversion barrel was replaced with a standard 1860 Army barrel, unless some were sold without the conversion. Also, there is no patent date, just "Colt's Patent" on the left side of the frame. I don't see any engraving on the cylinder, either. Colt said they have no information on conversion models. Would this "hybrid" have any value? Any information or comments you could provide would be appreciated! richards 1-c.jpg richards cylinder and trigger guard-c.jpg richards lg side 2-c.jpg richards lg side-c.jpg Thanks
 

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