|John Lovell & Co.|| ||near Boston||Massachusetts|| ||1870s|
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Maybe identical with Lowell Arms Co.
In his witness in the killing of McCausland, W. H. Bown, gunmanufacturer of Pittsburgh, said, that John Lovell & Co. manufactured an .38 caliber revolver in great quantities under different brands. The brand "Alaska" was made for Turner & Ross. This model was made prior to 1870 and was sold at about $ 1.50.