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This is a very unique set of antique pistol grips. These small grips would have originally been made for a small caliber Iver Johnson revolver (most likely a .32 or .38 caliber). The pistol grips date back to the early 1900's. They are very interesting in the fact that the grips have the image of an owl head at the top, which is the Iver Johnson logo. It appears that the grips are made of either hard rubber, or some form of plastic. The grips are still in great condition for their age, though the left side grip does have a slightly noticeable crack at the base. Also, the center retaining screw is missing. The grips measure approximately 2 3/8" in length and the width at the bottom is approximately 15/16". Despite the few minor condition issues, these antique pistol grips would make a great addition to any collection and would also be perfect for a variety of display and/or altered art purposes.

The pistol grips will be securely shipped via USPS First-Class Mail within a jewelry box and bubble mailer.

Antique 1900's Iver Johnson Owl Head Pistol Grips

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