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Perhaps A Unique Buggy Piece
A Most Curious Rifle
19th Century
All parts appear homemade except lockplate - SOLD

Perhaps A Unique Buggy Piece
A Most Curious Rifle
19th Century, right facing

Walnut stock with pewter nosecap; original rammer received by single thimble; single barrel pin. The engraved single-screw lockplate marked "RB". (Anonymous.) Brass trigger plate and guard. The 58-caliber barrel with site is 19.25-inches long; nice plumb-brown fading to smoky gray color. Overall length: 34.5-inches.

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Perhaps A Unique Buggy Piece
A Most Curious Rifle
19th Century, left facing
Perhaps A Unique Buggy Piece
A Most Curious Rifle
19th Century, detail 1
Perhaps A Unique Buggy Piece
A Most Curious Rifle
19th Century, detail 2
Perhaps A Unique Buggy Piece
A Most Curious Rifle
19th Century, detail 3
Perhaps A Unique Buggy Piece
A Most Curious Rifle
19th Century, detail 4




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