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I'm helping out a neighbor who is looking for information on a revolver handed down from his grandfather. My neighbor is 80, so I guess the pistol is from the late 19th to 20th century. I guess that I will let the pictures speak for themselves.

BTW, the serial number is 54397. The grips appear to be wood. I have a few more pictures if anyone needs them.

Thank you. Robbie
 

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The letters are, in the order of size from the largest to the smallest, are "C" "O" "S" and "Y". From my very rudimentary understanding of Spanish, the "Y" could possibly be representative of the word "and", making the combination of the letters something like:

C O and S
S O and C
O C and S
S C and O and so forth.

Does this spark further possible identification from anyone??

Robbie
 
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