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    R. Johnson U.S. Model 1836 Converted to Percussion Pistol.
    Unserialized, .54 caliber, 8 1/2- round smoothbore barrel with brass blade front sight. Lockplate marked U.S. / R. JOHNSON / MIDDN CONN / 1838. Proofmarks US / JCS / P / F to the left of barrel near breech. Cartouche marks on stock near sideplate area. Hardwood stock with iron mountings. Non factory conversion to percussion. Current percussion hammer with a small floral design.

    Condition: Good, finish primarly a grey patina with wear and pitting overall. Wood with numerous dings, mars and bruising. Iron mounts with a heavy dark patina. Swivel steel ramrod with moderate pitting. Marred screws. Action functions. Bore dark.


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    Auction Dates
    June, 2017
    11th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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