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    U.S. B. Flagg & Co. Percussion Saddle Ring Musketoon.

    Unserialized, .69 caliber, 26-inch barrel with fixed front sight. Lock marked: B. FLAGG & CO. / MILLBURY / MASS. / 1849 and (eagle) / U.S. V / P / (eagle head) proofs to top of barrel. Upper tang dated 1848. Saddle ring. Smooth walnut straight stock. U.S. stamped buttplate. Metal ramrod.

    Condition: Good. Finish primarily a smooth grey patina with scattered signs of handling wear and patches of pitting. Heavy dings, scuffs and bruising present to wood. W.R. JOHNSON poorly carved into right side of stock. Action functions. Pitted bore.


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    Auction Dates
    December, 2020
    6th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 5
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