Plated Savage pistols are very scarce, and these Model 1907-13-4s may be the only consecutive pair of nickel pistols still together and possibly the only consecutive pair ever made.  Each has a Roe Clark letter.  Both were made in Jan. 1914, but not shipped until later - one to Schoverling Daly & Galres on 9/22/1916 and the other to Simmons Hardware on 2/4/1916.  Clark notes that "The time between acceptance and shipment seems excessively lont, possibly showing small demand for plated pistols," which also accounts for their scarcity.

CONDITION: Both in excellent condition with 98% bright nickel.

ITEM #B271   S/N 7325B & 7326B   CAL.380 ACP

sold B271 Consecutive pair of nickel Savage Model 1907 .380 pistols.