Originally manufactured in 1863 and then 1 of only 1,000 converted for the U.S. Cavalry in 1871, thereafter altered during period of usage by shortening the barrel and shortening the U.S. holster. Matching serial numbers are on the frame and grip straps, and "191" conversion number is also marked on the barrel, frame, grip straps, breech plate, and cylinder. The frame has the "COLTS/PATENT" marking on the left, and "44 CAL" is below on the left side of the trigger guard. Includes an Allen Mfg. Co. reproduction 1860 Army barrel and period cavalry style open toe leather flap holster with name scratched into the flap.