About this revolver, I would say it has a 2 in. barrel, on the right side it has the number's 4681 under the celinder. it also has the number 29 in front of the celinder and to the left of that is something like a crest with an R under it. It also has the number 67 on the hammer...
Are you sure it's made by Colt? The crest with an R underneath doesn't sound like anything that I can find in my (small) library referring to Colt. Is it chambered in .32 Colt? Or some other .32 caliber cartridge? I found one revolver made between 1892 and 1907 called the Model 1892 "New Army and Navy" -- Civilian Model that might fit the description with a 3" barrel. It looks like the hard rubber grips would have a rampant Colt near the top of the grips.
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the crown over the R looks like the one belgium used as their smokeless powder proof mark. if it is truly marked 32 colt it was meant to be exported to the u.s.a. if it is marked 320 it was meant for the european market.
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