Serial number 267XXX appears on right side of stock. Three line new style Remington address with last patent date of 74 on tang with Spanish proof mark on left side of frame as well as Spanish crowns on each of the 3 barrel bands.Two stage hammer, second issue type breech block without screw retaining firing pin, ladder rear sight marked to 400 yards & concave buttplate.(A version from the early 1920s was rampant but not reguardant - the change has no significance so far as the meaning or use of the stamp is concerned.) As a single proof this stamp might appear by itself just about anywhere.As a final proof it appeared as part of the "triad," a group of three stamps found close together on most Spanish pistols.An early one - the Eibar "single and final proof for self-loading pistols and revolvers," a lion rampant (standing on one foot, more or less, and rearing dramatically).In the late 1920s the lion was also reguardant (looking over his shoulder).The bearing of arms by civilians is not considered a right but a privilege that may be granted by the government if legal conditions are met.
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