Early Civil War Smith and Wesson .22 made by Rollin White

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CG5. To keep pace with the demand for handguns at the outbreak of the Civil War, Smith and Wesson contracted with Rollin White to manufacture weapons for them.  This is a very nice original example of a transitional Smith and Wesson #1 to Model 1 ½  and dates to around March of 1861.  It is a seven shot .22 rimfire revolver retaining 90% original finish and near perfect rosewood grips.  The center pin has been replaced.

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