Fine to excellent, late Civil War period, Martially inspected Remington New Model Army percussion revolver, serial number 141948, manufactured in March, 1865.
Eight inch octagonal barrel, with three-line address: “PATENTED SEPT. 14. 1858 / E. REMINGTON & SONS. ILION NEW YORK.U.S.A. / NEW MODEL”. Blued barrel, frame, back-strap, trigger, web-shaped loading lever and cylinder. The rounded trigger-guard assembly remains plain brass. Complimented with two-piece oiled walnut grips. Military sub-inspector initials “D”, “R” and “S” on the barrel, frame, cylinder, grips and trigger-guard. The cylinder has a number “2” stamped twice, between two of the nipples. The Government inspector’s cartouche “RPB” (unidentified inspector, who inspected Remington New Model Army revolvers, early in 1865) is visible, on the left side grip.
Overall with about 85% plus original military finish remaining. Good working order with tight action and near 10/10 bright bore. Appears unfired, with scratches and storage marks. An hard to find American Civil War revolver in near excellent condition.