It is my understanding that in the late 70's High Standard marked three commerative revolvers under the biline Arms of the Confederacy. These pistols were the Griswold & Gunnison, the Leech & Rigdon, and The Schneider & Glassick. The first 500 issued were in a presentation box, with a Georgia belt plate with the Griswold, a CS belt plate with the Leech, and a D guard knife with the Schneider. The pistols produced after 500 were considered production guns, with the finish not quite the high polish of those pistols under 500. When pricing versus value is considered, the boxed version with serial number under 500 will command a higher value than the production model. Over the years, I have acquired a boxed example of each pistol, with matching serial numbers on the Griswold and the Leech, but can't locate any data to support a value to drive price.