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    Half-Stock Percussion Plains Rifle By C. Sisbert of Columbus,Ohio. Unserialized, approximately .40 percussion caliber, 30 1/2-inch octagonal barrel with dovetailed German silver blade front and fixed open rear sights. Percussion lock marked, "C.SIEBERT/COLUMBUS, O." Tiger maple stock with brass furniture. Hickory ramrod with brass tip. Double set triggers.
    Condition: Fair to good. Barrel with a heavy brown patina and moderate pitting throughout. Stock with repairs and ill-fitting at the breech. Cracks in stock at back of lock plate and forward of the buttplate. Wood has been sanded smooth and nicely revarnished. Action functions.


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    Auction Dates
    August, 2011
    21st Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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