The firearm that you are considering is a Spainish made revolver. It is a .32 Winchester CTG revolver that is blued and is is nice condition. The barrel is 5 inches long and I don't really have much more information about this firearm. If you have information as to the manufacturer or anything that I can add to the description then I would appreciate your help. Credit cards are now an option and carry a 3% charge.
"the manufacturer is Orbea Hermanos; they were a large manufacturer of firearms in Eibar and also owned an ammunition factory in Argentina. Supplied revolvers to Britain, France & Italy in WWI. Went bankrupt in approx 1926; retooled and have been manufacturing bicycles ever since (still pretty famous in Europe for this). Orbea was probably about the best brand of revolver produced in Spain during this era. While their military contract revolvers were intended for use with modern cartridges, for some reason the Spanish commercial revolvers were mostly designated as black powder weapons. (Maybe that was still prevalent in rural Spain.) Most of these revolvers bear a "PN" proofmark (for "polvora negra" ie. black powder). Personally, I'd handload with American Pioneer (or real black powder) and lead bullets if I was going to shoot this."
I will ship this out as soon as both FFL and payment are received.