In 2006, Smith & Wesson marked the Fiftieth Anniversary of its revolver whose first specimens produced in 1956 were named simply, The .44 Magnum. Before the decade ended, numbered Model 29 was assigned to the N Frame Powerhouse. Smith & Wesson celebrated the 50th Anniversary with a limited run of Model 29, 10th Engineering Change, Lock Variant revolvers with the current production type Target Stocks, Four Screw Side Plate Construction, and the Smith & Wesson internal lock. This variant of the 29-10 bore a gold inlaid commemorative logo on its side plate similar to the one showing on some of our photos. In an old Southern Warehouse, we found a handful of the spare boxes that the 50th Anniversary 29-10s came packaged in. Only the box in the photos has been opened. Smith & Wesson's own self-awareness as the leading popular-priced firearms manufacturer gained expression in the late 1960s with presentation-cased regular production N-frame revolvers, but that practiced ended in the early 1980s with a period of deflation and stout competition from Sturm Ruger. Nowadays, those vintage 1970s boxes command premium prices in the $200 - $300 range, not a feasible investment for many proud owners of Smith & Wessons. Here is a way to fill that that void, with one of our finds. Manufacturer is Smith & Wesson. Construction is Mahogany and so marked on the factory outer box. Interior is S&W Royal Blue velvet on a specially formed frame, with matching foam lid filler pad. Hinges are brass and steel. Production date was November of 2006, also marked on the outer box flap. This one is a special production number 26446, large revolver display case. Internal measurements are 15 3/4 length by 7 3/4 inch height by 2 1/2 inches thickness. Actually, this case is more sturdy than the vintage originals. It has classic glossy Smith & Wesson finish, and comes with brass furniture exactly like the originals, burnished with the Smith & Wesson name and logo on top of its lid. Note the table-friendly felt corner pads on the bottom side. The Revolver showing in some of our borrowed photos is not included, we don’t remember even having one. This box will accept any standard K or N Frame Revolver with standard heavy barrel length up to 6 1/2 inches, so long as it is not a full lug. All L Frame Revolvers, and a good many N Frames, are full lug configuration. Any shoppers who don’t know what we mean by full lug, please see the comparative photos. All Colt Pythons and Diamondbacks were full lug. We're offering the case in the photo or one of its identical mates from the same production lot for only $ 129.00. We can modify this box to fit up to an 8 3/8 inch Revolver, or full lug, for $25.00 extra. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Wooden presentation boxes and other like items $20.00 total shipping lower 48 no matter how many a person buys. $20.00 PER ENTIRE ORDER, NOT $20.00 PER ITEM. These can ride free with any handgun order. $50 ship to Alaska, Hawaii, or Puerto Rico. No extra shipping if combined with ammo or firearm orders. MC/Visa/Discover/USPS MO paid orders shipped ASAP. Internet phone hours 8:30 – 4:30 CST Mon - Sat CST. Robertson Trading Post 117 Front Street PO Box 365 Henderson, Tennessee 38340. We Buy, Sell, and Trade. Always have.
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