COLUMBUS, OHIO – A selection of firearms from various time periods, accoutrements, edged weapons and collectible relics crossed the block at Garth’s on November 1. A frame of approximately 206 points, arrows and stones led the way, bringing $11,280, while selling for $3,600 a US stamped cavalry model Colt single-action .45 caliber six-shot revolver more than doubled its high estimate. The American weapon from the fourth quarter of the Nineteenth Century featured a round barrel with bluing, fluted cylinder, walnut grips and was stamped US on the frame below cylinder. For information, 740-362-4771 or www.garths.com. Originally in Antiques and The Arts weekly and online at https://www.antiquesa
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