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    18th Century American Flintlock Fowling Piece 57" overall with a 41 3/4" .72 caliber smoothbore round barrel with illegible proofs at the breech. American made flintlock, unmarked, working action. Brass mounts with sparse engraving on the butt plate, trigger guard and thumb piece, undecorated ramrod pipes. Brass sideplate sparsely engraved to represent a stand of flags. Metal with an undisturbed patina which is dark and smooth with areas of surface roughness. There are two old iron repairs inset into the wood flanking the trigger guard, done during the guns working history. The wood surrounding the lock and side plate exhibits a number of old cracks. Complete with its original steel ramrod.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2015
    12th-13th Friday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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