We commemorate General John Sevier and the Franklinites by launching the second series in our Lost States of America Engravers Series. Limited to only 200 full-size government model Colt 1911 pistols chambered in .45ACP. Each pistol will be accompanied with a commemorative antique challenge coin. The grips are made out of genuine Oak Tennessee whiskey barrels.
Details on the right of the gun’s slide include a dated map of the region in 24k Gold plating with the State of Franklin decorated in Silver. Deep etch reliefed floral scroll, selective 24K Gold plating of the Tulip Poplar a symbol to Tennessee, on the rear panel the Benjamin Franklin’s Coat of Arms with special edition numbers of ONE of 200.
On the left of the gun’s slide includes a depiction of the Battle of Franklin, The Battle of Franklin etched into a 24K Gold banner, a continuation of deep etch reliefed floral scroll, a partial scroll unfurled Declaration of Rights of the State of Frankland, on the rear panel the iconic Colt logo.
On top of the slide is a portrait of General John Sevier founding father of Tennessee, the Great Seal of Tennessee and The Lost State of Franklin all in 24k Gold.
The slide and frame flats are high polished with selective 24K Gold plated controls.