Model 1860 Army Colt Revolver: 3-screw frame. Possibly Confederate used. “New York” address on barrel is legible as are all serial markings––all parts are marked “108074.” Inspector’s marks on both sides of the grips (grips previously cleaned).
The pistol is well worn showing wear, pitting and darkened aged finish. Some replaced nipples.
Holster, with field-made adjustable belt bearing a brass double goose head with leaf motif center (“snake”) buckle, is likewise well worn. (See Sydney Kerksis, Plates and Buckles of the American Military 1795-1874, figure 6-1, p. 441.)