In 97% very sharp all matching original condition, we have a seldom seen 1924 dated Enfield Mark VI .455 Service Revolver. This is still in the original .455 Webley Caliber. This revolver is all matching, and the bore is mint. There is a small chunk missing out of the bottom of one of the grips, easily repairable with epoxy putty should you wish, but it not that noticeable. Most importantly, there are no Import markings or British Proofhouse Export markings on this revolver, making it a likely WWII vet Bring back.
These Revolvers were made at Enfield between 1922 and 1926. All during WWI and even afterwards, the British Army had a serious shortage of Service Revolvers. Rather than just order more Mark VI revolvers from Webley, the extremely cheapskate British Government decided that they could save a buck and make them at the Government owned Enfield Arsenal Factory. This they did for around 4 years. These revolvers saw considerable use at the outbreak of WWII and are seldom seen today as they are much less common than the Webley made examples.