That box would not have a label on it. That box would have had the picture box style sleeve.The polishing doesn't look like factory Colt work...but that could be the lighting and photography. It also doesn't show the end label of the box which would have the model number (if the label wasn't counterfeited). The seller doesn't have much of a rating yet but all have to start somewhere. Claiming unfired like all seem to be is something to be leery of. The Rampant Colt on the side plate doesn't look correct...like someone tried to engrave over the original roll stamp.
I'd say considering the asking price be very careful before deciding.
Certainly true- as a generality- but we have also seen 2-pin barrel reported as '90 DOS, with later-style dot matrix SN markings.Pythons with 2 front sight pins are usually considered pre-90's as a rough rule of thumb - pythons with the single front sight pins are usually 90's or later.