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    Half-Stock Ohio Percussion Rifle.
    Approximately .38 caliber, 30-inch part octagonal barrel with brass bead front sight. Fixed rear sight. Engraved lock marked: T. NEAVE & SONS/CINCINNATI. This company operated at 83-85 Main St., Cincinnati from 1849 to 1860. They supplied locks to many gun makers in Ohio. Fine walnut half stock with brass guard, patchbox and curved butt plate. Left side of buttstock with german silver figure of hunter and dog retained by 7 german silver pins. Hardwood cleaning rod.
    Condition: Good to very good. Steel a smooth, mottled gray-brown patina. Lock and hammer with scattered light pitting and staining. All brass with nice, dark, smooth age patina. Action needs repair. Hammer does not cock. Stock very good with age wear and soiling.


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    Auction Dates
    June, 2015
    14th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 12
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