Overdue at Catlett Station
Overdue at Catlett Station
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The Firearm Series
Colt's 1860 New Model Army Revolver
Includes image and history of the firearm

Catlett Station, Virginia
May 30, 1863

This ambush of a Federal supply train was the first of many by the legendary Confederate Partisan Ranger, John S. Mosby. Of his well-known preference for the Colt Model 1860 Army Revolver, Mosby wrote, "I think we did more than any other body of men to give the Colt pistol its great reputation."

Public Edition: 950
Image Size: 16" x 26"
Framed Size: 26" x 36"
Year: 1994

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