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This is one of the first ones with the oval sideplate and the serial number is 753 which dates to Circa 1880.

Matching numbers on the frame, latch, cylinder, and the barrel.

Smith & Wesson 32 Double Action Revolver Serial Number 753 Description: This is a very early Smith and Wesson Double Action Pocket Revolver in .32 Caliber.

The first 30 guns DA's in 32 Caliber had a rare squared sideplate which was quickly followed by an improved oval design.

Models were available in blued or nickel-plated finishes, and the majority were produced with The second issue of the Model 1 1/2 can be identified by its fluted barrel and the rounded shape of the grip butt.

Like the 1st Issue, it was also produced in blued steel and nickel-plated varieties, with most models having a The third issue of the Model 1 1/2 is known as the "Model No. It differs substantially from the first two issues by breaking at the top (just in front of the hammer), consistent with the design of the Safety Hammerless or S&W .38 Single Action.

So this is kind of a neat find to see the same thing with a Smith and Wesson.

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Smith & Wesson produced large numbers of the Model 3, in three distinct models, for the Russian Empire by special order.Schofield, who made his own modifications to the Model 3 to meet his perceptions of the Cavalry's needs.Smith & Wesson incorporated these modifications into an 1875 design they named after the Major, planning to obtain significant military contracts for the new revolver.The Russian and European copies of the S&W Model 3 revolver were generally of very high quality, but considerably cheaper than the S&W produced revolvers. Army adopted the .44 S&W American caliber Smith & Wesson Model 3 revolver in 1870, making the Model 3 revolver the first standard-issue cartridge-firing revolver in US service.This led to the Imperial government cancelling the order for significant quantities of Smith & Wesson–made revolvers (which Smith & Wesson had already produced), and delaying (or refusing) payment for the handguns that had already been delivered. Most military pistols until that point were black powder cap and ball revolvers, which were (by comparison) slow, complicated, and susceptible to the effects of wet weather.This revolver marked the debut of the .32 S&W centerfire cartridge.