M1881 PRUSSIAN REICH REVOLVER RELIC

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Item 823994207
Location Allport, PA 16821
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(MAKE AN OFFER) S155E, In working condition. Found during the 1991 excavations in search of the Lost Dutchman Mine, near Apache Junction, AZ. Comes with corroborating letter from the man who headed that expedition, Lance Hollyfield of New South Beach, FL. He writes to Jeff Kaiser of Webster, FL (another treasure hunter) detailing how the discovery of this gun, wrapped in once oily rags and loaded was found in the pit and stood for a long time as evidence that they had found the mine, because this Reich revolver is a Deutsche/Prussian/German military model and the Dutchman (as Germans were then called) came from Deutschland/Germany and could have owned this pistol that he brought from his home country and that was the connection. But many tons of rock later failed to produce much gold (although a little was found to tantalize the diggers to further efforts). He tells his own story in his own words. Get the safety in the right position, you have to also push the trigger forward at the same time and the gun will function normally (it needs trigger spring). Lot's of pitting and wood grips are sound but worn. Great historical relic for treasure hunting lovers, which may be the link to someday finding the legendary Lost Dutchman gold mine. Measures 14" long, all original and letter comes with purchase. Ship weight is 5 pounds.

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