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F312 E. Robinson, NY Rifle Musket 	  M1861 Contract Musket by E. Robinson, NY   F312 E. Robinson, NY Rifle Musket M1861 Contract Musket by E. Robinson, NY
All metal parts including barrel and lock are bright with light peppering around bolster on lock and barrel. Lock and barrel are dated 1864 with clear inspector marks. Walnut stock has slight bruising in front of right stock flat and on the left stock front showing normal wear. Bore is excellent. Qty. mfg. 30,000.
$2695.00 - F312 Details
Gwyn & Campbell Carbine   Gwyn & Campbell Carbine
This gun is in 52 cal. with an excellant bore. The barrel has about 95% of lthe orig. blue with sharp markings and edges. The frame  and hammer have exc. case color. The walnut stock is extra fine with a wonderful cartouche. This is a type II made in late 1863. Total mfg. 8200. This would be very hard to improve upon. AKA " Union carbine".
$5495.00 - F547 Details
M1795 Harpers Ferry CP516   M1795 Harpers Ferry CP516

CP-Commonwealth of Penna. 516 surcharged musket. A 69 cal. smoothe bore (gd) in its orig. fllynt configuration. Harpers Ferry Type III dated 1814.The metal is rust free and has sharp markingsand cartouches. The walnut wood is in fine condition with good sharp markings and cartouches. I is 100% orig and in fine working condition. At this time I don't know the meaning of 516, maybe the ser # in the State of Pa contract. A wonderful gun that is 200 yrs old.


SOLD$6500.00 - F556 Details
M1795 Harpers Ferry Musket Type IV   M1795 Harpers Ferry Musket Type IV
All metal parts have a chocolate patina with no active rust. All markings are clear. It is in 69 cal. with an average smoothe bore. The barrel length is 42 in. with a good US stamp wnd Eagle head over P stamp. This is in orig Flynt and not a reconversion. Dated 1816 it has to be one of the last mfg. in this model. The walnut stock is very good with a cartouche on the flat and a 13 behind the trigger guard. There is a small wood repair below the cartouche on the flat as seen in the pics. A very desireable and hard to find gun.
$4695.00 - F548 Details
M1816 Flynt Musket by A. Waters   M1816 Flynt Musket by A. Waters
A 69 cal. Smoothebore with a good bore. The barrel has a dark patina with some old light pitting but no active rust. The marking are fair on the barrel and on the lock very good. It is orig. flynt configuration and working condition. The walnut stock is good with a cartouche on the flat. MFG. in 1834 by A Waters, this is a type III musket. A good honest musket at a good price.
$2895.00 - F532 Details
M1816 Flyntlock Musket by R & JD Johnson   M1816 Flyntlock Musket by R & JD Johnson
A rare musket mfg. by R & JD Johnson, Middletown CT. in 1832. They made only 600 guns between 1829 - 34. It is a type three configuration in 69 cal. smoothe bore with a very fine bore. The markings are all sharp and clear.The metal has not been cleaned and is rust free. The front bayonet lug is missing as pictured. The walnut stock is in fine conditon with a good cartouche on the flat. Part of the lock flat edge is chipped off a very ong time ago. As the pic shows it does not detract from the gun. The gun is in 100% working condition. This gun is in original flynt configuration.
$3695.00 - F523 Details
M1816 Remington Conversion Musket   M1816 Remington Conversion Musket
All metal is finished in the orig bright. The conversion done at the Frankford Arsenal wtih the parts supplied by Remington in the years 1856-59 to 20,000 M1816 muskets. This one is a smoothe bore 69 cal. with the Maynard tape priming system. Most parts have the number 8 stamped on them. The priming system is 100% and working. Dated 1857 on the barrel and lock plate. The walnut stock is in fine condition. The gun comes with the original bayonet in fine condition and marked US. The ramrod is correct but I believe an old replacemant. This type of gun played an interagal part in the early war years as a transition gun and supply for the Army and most have seen action in those early battles. Often overlooked but needed for every CW collection.
$2895.00 - F562 Details
M1816 Springfield Conversion Musket   M1816 Springfield Conversion Musket
A model 1816 lock dated 1830 converted to perc. in 1861 by Hewes and Phillips for the state of New Jersey. All metal parts have a nice brown patina with no rust. The original lock plate is in fine condition with a date of 1830. A New Jersey stamp on the barrel and a date of 1861 for the conversion. It is 69 cal. rifled with a good bore. The walnut stock is in VG condition with two good cartouches on the flat with one behind the triggered guard. The sight and ramrod are orig. and correct. It saw service in the Mexican war as a flynt gun and the Civil War as a percussion gun. A very cool gun.
$2695.00 - F570 Details
M1816 Springfield Flynt Musket   M1816 Springfield Flynt Musket

Dated 1834/35 in 69 cal. with an exc. bore, in orig. flynt configuration. The metal has no pitting and a little discoloration to its orig. amory bright finish. The markings  are sharp and clear and a Luther Sage inspection on the barrel. The walnut stock is in fine condition with a Asabel Hubbard cartouche on the stock flat and another cartouche on the comb next to the butt plate. The mechanics are strong and 100%. A very nice example.


SOLD$4695.00 - F509 Details
M1819 Hall Breechloading Rifle   M1819 Hall Breechloading Rifle

The barrel has 99% of its orig. brown laquer finish. The breech block has case color and blue. It is in 52 Cal and appears unfired. All workings are crisp and edges are sharp. The walnut stock is as good as they come with feathery grain. The mechanics are like new. The gun is 100% original and would be near impossable to improve upon. This truly a beautiful example.


$7500.00 - F575 Details
M1819 Hall US Flyntlock rifle   M1819 Hall US Flyntlock rifle
A 52 cal. breech loading rifle in its orig. flynt configuration. Mfg in 1831 it is a 2nd production type. The bore is excellant as well as the mechanics which are 100%. All markings are sharp and clear. The barrel, bands,butt plate and triggerguard have 95% of the original brown laquer finish. The breechblock has 95% of its original fire blued finish. PP insp stamped on the barrel. The walnut stock is 98%     with feathered graining by touch. Edges are sharp. JG stamped behind trigger guard on the stock. Hands down on of the best that has come to market. This gun has not been offered before. If you like quality this is for you.
SOLD$7500.00 - F525 Details
M1822 Whitney Contract musket   M1822 Whitney Contract musket
This musket is dated 1828 and has P&EW Blake on the locke plate. First contract in which 15k were made. They were 69 Cal smoothe bore. This musket is in orig. flynt. The metal has some pitting and has be cleaned at some point. The markings are good.  The walnut is in good condition with a crack on the rear as shown in the pics It looks more like a drying crack than a break. Tlhe mechanics are sound and tight. Fairly  priced at  2800.00.
$2800.00 - F148 Details
M1840 Flynt Musket by  L Pomeroy   M1840 Flynt Musket by L Pomeroy

A contact musket  mfg. by L Pomeroy in its orig. flynt configuration. 69 cal. with a rifled barrel. The ramrod is correct for a minne ball. The bore is very good. Metal parts are rust free with an old oil patina. All markings are sharp. the lock is dated 1844 and the barrel 1842. There were 7,000 of these made to fill the last govt. flynt contract. The mechanics are 100%. The walnut stock is in exc. condition with a cartouche on the flat.  You can feel the grain on the wood. A rare gun and the 2nd. I have owned.


$6495.00 - F531 Details
M1841 Harpers Ferry Perc. Rifle   M1841 Harpers Ferry Perc. Rifle

A 58 Cal with a good bore and long range sight configuration. It has also been adapted for the saber bayonet. The lock is dated 1851 with the barrel date of 52. The barrel is smoothe and rust free with good markings.The lock plate and hammer are in like condition. The walnut stock show normal handling marks and wear.    It has the A mes saber bayonet, d1860 with scabbard and frog.   A very nice piece. Mechanics are 100%. The sling has been sold separately and is no longer available as were the tools.

I lhave lowered the price by 2000.00  for selling the sling and tools.


$5895.00 - F539 Details
M1841 Harpers Ferry Rifle   M1841 Harpers Ferry Rifle
A model 1841 Harpers Ferry "Mississippi" Rifle  in orig. configuration. It is 54 cal. with an excellent bore. Dated 1851 on the lock and barrel all markings are clear. The metal is rust and pitted free with good edges. The stock is in very good condition with the normal handling marks. The brass has a nice mellow patina. The mechanics are 100% and working. The barrel is fitted with the orig. v-notch sight. The patch box is fitted with an orig. spare nipple. Overall a very solid gun.
$5295.00 - F574 Details
M1841 Whitney Percussion Rifle   M1841 Whitney Percussion Rifle
AKA" The Mississippi Rifle", this gun is in 54 cal. with an exc. bore. The barrel has 98% of its orig. brown finish with nor rust or pitting. These were never adapted for bayonet use. Brass mounted all having a nice mellow patina with an extra nipple in the patchbox. the walnut stock is in fine condition with a few minor handling marks and good cartouches on the stock flat. All mechanics are tight and 100% working. Qty mfg was 26,500.
SOLD$6295.00 - F534 Details
M1841 Whitney Percussion Rifle   M1841 Whitney Percussion Rifle

AKA as the "Mississippi Rifle" this gun comes in 54 Cal. with and exc. bore. The barrel is rust free with no pitting, sharp markings and about 25% of the orig. brown finnish. The mechanics are 100%. Dated 1850, there were about 26,500 mfg. in four contracts. The brass furniture has a nice mellow patina, and an extra orig. nipple in the patch box.  As a bonus this has an original sling, mfg. by S.H.Young, Newark New Jersey and insp. by R. White a US sub inspector. The walnut stock is near mint with 2 good cartouches and the number 2 stamped on the flat. First time on the market in 40 years. A really beautiful rifle.


SOLD$6495.00 - F566 Details
M1842 Springfield Musket   M1842 Springfield Musket
All metal parts are in the original armory bright with sharp edges and perfect markings. It is a 69 cal. smoothe bore in exc. condition with 100% mechanics. The lock and barrel are dated 1853. the walnut stock is exc. with two minor flaws. There are brusies  or small dents on the wood at the middle barrel band. The second is a small surface crack at the rear edge of the lock plate. Neither takes anything away from a otherwise perfect stock. Both areas have a picture of the subject area. A  good cartouche on the stock flat. This is a gun from the collection of William B Ruger with a letter of provinance from Batterman's Auction in Prescott Az..
$5295.00 - F559 Details
M1842 Springfield Percussion Musket   M1842 Springfield Percussion Musket
A smoothebore 69 cal. musket that only needs for you to look at the pics and see why it is the best I have ever offered. I rate this gun at 99% and I cannot improve upon it. I am sure it is unfired. Dated 1853 this is one of the last before If you like condtion they started to rifle the bore and add long range sights. If you like condition you will love this one.
SOLD$5895.00 - F553 Details
M1854 Austrian Lorenz Musket   M1854 Austrian Lorenz Musket
Mfg in 54 Cal this gun was probably captured from the confederates and rebored to 58 cal. and issued to OHIO troops as it is stamped twice on the stock OHIO. The barrel has a nice brown patina with no rust . The opp. lock plate retainer is marked t39. The mechanics are vg. and 100% orig. The rear block sight has been removed and a sight made from the base retainer. The bayonet is original but fits tight.
SOLD$2495.00 - F568 Details
M1855 Harpers Ferry  Brass Mtd. Rifle   M1855 Harpers Ferry Brass Mtd. Rifle

Model 1855 U.S. Percussion Rifle Mfg at Harpers Ferry Arsenal. Dated 1857 on the lock plate and barrel puts this in the 1st year of production. There were 3,544 brass mtd guns made with only less than 500 surviving the fire of 1861 when Confedrates seized control of the arsenal. This gun is 58 Cal. with an excellant bore. The Maynard tape primer is complete and working. All markings are sharp and clear with the barrel date light but easier read than in the pics. The orig brown laquer finnish  has given way to a bright barrel with some brown residue patina overall. All metal edges are sharp including the muzzle. The gun is fitted with a long range rear sight which is original and complete. The brass mountings have a nice old mellow patina. Inside the patch box is a orig. spare nipple and a front muzzle sight. I am not sure if the sight is orig. or an old repro and am selling as such. Either way it is attractive inside the box. The walnut stock is in exc. condition with the grain being present to the touch. Only a few handling marks are there and they should be.                                                

Probably the rarest of all Harpers Ferry guns and in Fine Plus condition with the 1st year production date make this a rare addition to any fine Martial collection of U.S. Military Arms.


SOLD$19500.00 - F546 Details
M1855 Harpers Ferry  Rifle Musket   M1855 Harpers Ferry Rifle Musket
A 58 cal. with an fine bore.The barrel has some light pitting around the nipple and bolster but no rust, with some light salt and peppering. It is fitted with the long range sight. Mfg in 1858, the lock markings are crisp and the Maynard tape primer is complete and working. The walnut stock has the normal bumps and bruises consistent with a gun that was used in the war. There are two good cartouches on the stock flat. The ramrod is original and correct. A nice used gun.
$3695.00 - F567 Details
M1859 Sharps Carbine   M1859 Sharps Carbine

This carbine is in 52 cal. with a very good bore.The  barrel has 75% blue and starting to turn brown. The breech has case color starting to fade. All the other metal is the same patina. Mechanics are 100%  and tight. the walnut stock and forestock are in fine condition with a weak cartouche on the flat.  The serial number is 46595  with the barrel number matching.  A very nice early war gun.


$4895.00 - F560 Details
M1860 Spencer Carbine   M1860 Spencer Carbine
This carbine  has 90% of the barrel blue. All markings are sharp and clear. The bore is like new. The reciever has case color starting to fade. The butt plate is still vivid. The serial number is 38999 showing it to be mfg in late 63-64. The walnut stock and forestock are in exc. condition with a very small sliver of wood missing next to the butt plate. There are two sharp cartouches. On the stock comb it shows L troop 1st Calvary. I am sure that is where it went after the war but no Indain War Alterations. This is easily one of the best I have ever had to offer. These are very hard to find in this condition.
SOLD$9500.00 - F555 Details
M1860 Spencer Carbine   M1860 Spencer Carbine

All  metal is rust free with a nice mellow overall patina. All markings are sharp and clear. All parts are original with no Indian War modifications. The bore is very good. Working condition is 100%. The stock is very good showing usage wear with a weak cartouche behind the sling bar end. It shows wear from the sling swivel which I like knowing it was carried on a calvary horse. A very nice gun.


$3895.00 - F573 Details
M1861 Colt Special Musket   M1861 Colt Special Musket
All metal is finnished in the factory bright with sharp edges and markings.  It is 58 cal. with a mint bore. Dated 1863 the were 100K mfg. with many going to state contacts. The walnut stock is extra fine condtion. The mechanics are 100% working. A 95% gun priced to sell.
SOLD$3895.00 - F564 Details
M1861 Contract  Musket by Norfolk   M1861 Contract Musket by Norfolk
A contract musket mfg. by Welch,Brown & Co. Norfolk,Conn. in 1862-63. 18,000 were mfg. It comes in 58 cal. with an exc. bore. All metal is finished in armory bright with sharp markings and no rust. The walnut stock is near perfect with a cartouche on the flat. This appears to be a unfired gun. I will rate it at 99%. A beautiful gun on wlhich I cannot improve.
SOLD$4295.00 - F357 Details
M1861 Norwich Contract Musket   M1861 Norwich Contract Musket

All metal parts finished in the factory bright. Light salt and peppering over the barrel but no rust. Sharp markings and strong 100% mechanics on a gun that was used but not abused. The walnut stock is in VG condition with two inspector cartouoches and a J.D. Mowery, Norwich Conn, stamp on the flat. Cal. is 58 with a VG Bore.


$2895.00 - F565 Details
M1861 Special Contract Musket   M1861 Special Contract Musket
Made by various contractors between 1861-65; total qty. in excess of 152,000. Lamson, Goodnow & Yale mfgd. 50,000. Made in Windsor Vermont this gun is 58 Cal. with a mint bore. All metal parts are in the bright with crisp markings and edges. The walnut stock is extra fine with a superb cartouche on the flat. I have not seen one of these in this condition before as I would rate it at a 98% gun and unfired.
$5695.00 - F561 Details
M1861 Springfield Musket   M1861 Springfield Musket
This musket is dated 1862, in 58 cal. and a fine bore. The barrel has no rust but gathering a splotchy patina overall. All markings are exc. including the orig sights. The walnut stock has 2 light cartouches and handling marks you would expect to see from a gun who has seen the elephant.
$4295.00 - F557 Details
M1861 Springfield Rifle Musket   M1861 Springfield Rifle Musket
All metal is rust free and have a like patina. Markings are sharp and clear. Mfg and dated 1862 with a very good bore. 58 cal.and the mechanics are 100% working. The walnut stock is in fine condition with an x in the left side and a M on the flat. Done a long time ago. There is a good ESA cartouche on the flat. I can't tell you how hard these are to get today. This is my first this year. Overall a very nice gun.
$4495.00 - F544 Details
M1861 Springfield Rifle Musket   M1861 Springfield Rifle Musket
The barrel and all metal parts are rust free and in exc condition with the orig armoury bright finish. Dated 1862 in 58 cal. with an exc. bore. The markings and edges are sharp and clear. The walnut stock is in fine plus condition wth two good cartouches on the flat. M1861 in exc condition are next to impossable to find so don't miss this one.
SOLD$6500.00 - F552 Details
M1863 Sharps Carbine   M1863 Sharps Carbine
This is a 52 Cal. carbine with an exc. bore. Ser# 19066 out of a total production of 115,000. An early New Model that  has the mod 1859 patchbox stock. Other know guns in that ser. range went to the 15th New York Cav. The barrel has about 90%f of the orig. blue. The frame has  very nice case color. The patch box and butt plate have a dark patina. All metal markings are sharp and clear. The mechanics are tight and 100% working. The walnut stock has a light cartouche above the sling bar and overall in fine condition.There is a small dent on both sides of the forestock as in the pics. All metal markings are sharp and clear. These are recent and probably from poor handling at a show. This is the best one I have ever offered  and one of a very high quality that are almost imposable to find. The next step up would be around 15K if you could find one. Don't miss  this one.
SOLD$8500.00 - F524 Details
M1863 Sharps New  Model Carbine   M1863 Sharps New Model Carbine
A 52 Cal with an exc bore. The barrel has 90% of the orig blue with sharp makings. there are some very minor nicking on the last 4" of barrel as you might find where two guns were hitting together. Visually not noticeable. The lock,hammer and tang have nice case color with sharp markings and perfect tight mechanics. The walnut stock and forestock are in fine condition with 2 good cartouches on the flat. The serial number is c30852. While not a mint 15 to 20 thousand dollar gun this is far above the average Sharps sold. A very strong and desireable gun.
SOLD$8995.00 - F535 Details
M1863 Springfield Musket Type I   M1863 Springfield Musket Type I
The Type I was produced in 1863 with 273,000 mfg. This is 58 cal. with an exc. bore. The barrrel is factory bright with minor surface spotting.  All markings are sharp and the mechanics are 100%. The barrel bands,sight, trigger guard and butt plate are blued. The lock and hammer have beautiful case color. The walnut stock has some light handling marks with a good cartouche on the flat. Last on the market in 1951. A fine condition gun.
SOLD$3695.00 - F563 Details
M1863 Zouave Rifle   M1863 Zouave Rifle
Barrel has 98% original blue finish with slight discoloration near bayonet lug. Lock has 25% original case color with some color turning brown. Walnut stock is in near mint condition with 2 sharp cartouches. Bore is excellent. Overall a 95% gun.
$4500.00 - F453 Details
M1864 Burnside Carbine 4th Wisc. Cav.   M1864 Burnside Carbine 4th Wisc. Cav.
A superb condition gun. 54 Cal with an exc. bore and mechanics. 98% barrel blue and 75% lever blue. The frame has exc. case color with sharp markings. The walnut stock is fine plus with 2 sharp cartouches. Overall an excellant gun and hard to improve upon. The serial number is 17715 making it an early 5th model. This gun was issued to Co K 4th Wisconsin Calvary according to Springfield research service Vol. 4. Not only spectacular condition but identified as well. Something I overlooked but  a vigalent customer gave me a heads up. Thanks for the help.
$5295.00 - F549 Details
M1884 Springfield Trapdoor Rifle   M1884 Springfield Trapdoor Rifle

A nice clean rifle in 45/70 cal. with an exc. bore. Ser # 213879 and a stock cartouche of 1889. The barrel has 98% of the orig. blue with a hooded front sight and good markings. The walnut stock is in fine condition. The breech and lockplate has very nice case color.The rear Buffington sight is orig. A very good example.


$1695.00 - F530 Details
Maynard Carbine   Maynard Carbine
This little carbine comes in 50Cal with a mint bore. The frame has vivid case color with good markings and sharp edges. The Barrel has about 98% of its orig. blue. The walnut stock is exc. with two good cartouches. The mechanics are strong and 100%. All in all this is a 98% gun.
$3695.00 - F501 Details
Merrill Carbine   Merrill Carbine
Barrel and lock finished in armory bright with no rust and sharp markings. It is 54 cal. with an excellent bore. Made by H. Merrill in Baltimore Md, The stock is walnut and in fine condition with two good cartouches behind the sling bar. The brass butt plate is marked US with sub insp. marks. Mechanics are 100% and tight. The orig. 3 leaf sight is orig. blue. A really sharp carbine used by many PA units.
$5295.00 - 15417 Details
P53 Enfield Rifle Musket   P53 Enfield Rifle Musket

All metal has good edges and sharp markings. Barrel is stamped 25* 25 balls to the pound or .577 Cal. Bore is very good. Long range sight is complete. English walnut stock is in fine condition with a few minor handling marks. It is marked 75 B 73 in front of the trigger guard. Action is tight and 100% working. All brass is orig. A nice example.


SOLD$2695.00 - F540 Details
P53 Enfield Tower Rifle Musket   P53 Enfield Tower Rifle Musket
The barrel,bands,swivels and long range sight have 95% of the orig. blue with sharp markings.The brass mountings have a nice mellow color.The stock is in exc. condition with a good BSA cartouche on the right cheek. Behind the triggerguard is a nice BSA inspection with W. Scott stamped on the under comb as the contractor. Scott was known to sell arms to both the North and South.  It is in .577 cal. with a fine bore.The gun is in 100% working condition. A fine gun for any collection.
SOLD$3895.00 - F538 Details
P53 Enfield Tower rifle Musket   P53 Enfield Tower rifle Musket
A gun in 58 Cal. with a mint bore. the barrel has 98% of lthe orig. blue,as do the barrel bands. All have good sharp markings.. The lock is Tower 1858 a Crown over VR. The stock is exc. with a good importers cartouche on the right cheek. The nipple protector has new a leather pad. The ramrod is orig and swelled as it should be. The brass has a wonderful mustard patina. Probably and unfired gun.  A great pair with the P56 Rifle.
$3895.00 - F551 Details
P53 Tower Enfield Rifle Musket   P53 Tower Enfield Rifle Musket
This musket comes in 58 cal. with and avg. bore. The metal has a dark patina with no rust and the usual pitting around the nipple bolster for a field used gun.All marks are sharp. The long range sight is complete. The stock is in VG condition showing normal handling marks for field use. All brass is uncleaned and has a nice patina. The bayonet is orig. and has a like patina to the barrel.
$2795.00 - F570 Details
P56 Enfield Rifle   P56 Enfield Rifle
A 58 cal. 2 band rifle with British Proof marks. Mint bore and mechanics. The barrel has 100% of lthe orig. blue finnish. The lock has vivid case color and is dated and marked Tower 1859 along with a crown over V R . The long range sight is orig and complete. This is a gun I would rate at 98%. and appears to be unfired. The stock has a makers name in the ramrod channel, and assemblers initials J.W. on the flat and is in exc. condition.. A beautiful gun.
SOLD$3695.00 - F550 Details
Smith Carbine   Smith Carbine
Made by American Machine Works in Springfield Mass. c1861-65. 30k mfg. It is a 50 cal. with a fine bore. The barrel has 99% of the orig. blue. The frame has vivid case color. the walnut stock is fine with two good cartouches. There are some light handling marks on the wood The mechanics are 100% and probably unfired.  Priced below the going rate for the condition.
$3495.00 - F517 Details
Whitney Enfield Rifle Musket   Whitney Enfield Rifle Musket
A Whitney style Rifle Musket made in 1859-62. Approx. 3500 were mfg. Md. had a contract for 2,000 in 1860. Southern sympathizers seized about 370 during the Balt. riots and went south. Ga. contracted for 1700 and the state of Mississippi in 1860. The gun is in 58 cal. with a good bore. The barrel has a heavy brown patina with no rust. The rear long range sight was replaced with the normal 3 leaf sight that is most common.The trigger guard, nose cap and butt plate are uncleaned brass. The stock is VG with the normal wear associated with field use. The sling is orig. but not complete having been repaired.The lock plate bears the name of E Whitney and no other marks. The mechanics are 100%. A strong case for Confederate usage.
SOLD$3295.00 - F569 Details


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