This weapon comes in a condition as you would expect, considering it was found in the loft of a 175 year old barn in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. It is as untouched and unmolested as possible and is a deep brown patina overall. One cylinder is still loaded! The action is sluggish and the cylinder will not rotate, but it will once you lubricate it—if you choose to. These weapons were copies of Colt Navy revolvers manufactured in Belgium and England under Colt contract, and the foreign proof mark is visible on the cylinder as shown. It is serial number 193,364.