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    Manufactured January, 1865.

    Engraved Henry Lever Action Rifle.
    Serial no. 7682 [barrel and buttplate], .44 rimfire caliber, 24 1/4-inch octagonal barrel with standard blade front sight and ladder rear sight graduated to 800 yards. Floral engraving to right side of frame and personalized with: T. BICK. Left side with Federal shield motif. Sling loop and sling swivel present. 4-piece steel cleaning rod. Manufactured January, 1865.

    Condition: Very good. Barrel with a smooth overall gray-brown patina. Scattered staining. Receiver: Fine with mellow patina to brass and scattered nicks to top of receiver. Stock: Fine with scattered nicks and dents. Bright bore with light wear and small patches of pitting.


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    Auction Dates
    October, 2015
    25th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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