A .41 (RIMFIRE) COLT HOUSE OR CLOVERLEAF FOUR SHOT REVOLVER, CIRCA 1872, serial no. 1407,
with 2 3/4in. round barrel, the top flat marked 'COLT'S HOUSE PISTOL / HARTFORD CT USA' the frame with sheath trigger, and etched on the right-side with an old owner's name "E. H. WALKER" four shot cylinder hence its nickname as the Cloverleaf, two piece rosewood birdshead grips, the revolver has a high percentage of nickel finish remaining and blue to cylinder
Provenance: The Colt House pistol better known as the Cloverleaf due to the four shot barrel configuration was one of the rarer revolvers produced by Colt, made circa 1871-76 total of 7,500 revolvers.
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Sold as an exempt item under Section 58 (2) of the 1968 Firearms Act, to be held as a curiosity or ornament