A .32 Rim-Fire Smith & Wesson ‘Pattern’ Old Model No. 2 Six-Shot Revolver, Circa 1861. With blued octagonal nickel-sighted barrel pivoting upwards for loading and stamped ‘Smith & Wessons Pattern. Mass’ along the sighting rib, stamped with a London viewing mark and struck with a Liege mark at the base of the frame, blued cylinder stamped with pattern dates and London proof, also stamped with Liege marks internally on the rear of the cylinder, blued frame and back-strap, the former with groves cylinder-stop in the three-pin top-strap, spur trigger, case-hardened hammer with chequered spur, figured rounded grips and retaining most of its original blue. Liege proofed cylinder.
Bore: .32 Rim-Fire
Barrel Length: 6 Inches (15.24 cm)
Overall Length: 11 Inches (27.94 cm)