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    Spencer Repeating Rifle Company New Model Rifle.
    Serial no. 104600. .50 caliber. 30-inch round barrel with fixed front sight and adjustable ladder rear sights. Blued barrel. Casehardened receiver. Top of breech marked: "SPENCER REPEATING / RIFLE CO. BOSTON MASS / PAT'D MARCH. 6. 1860". Barrel marked "NM" near the breech. Walnut stock with three barrel bands and metal fore-end. Metal buttplate. Two sling loops.

    Condition: Good. Barrel with mottled brown patina with only traces of case coloring on receiver. Stock with scattered abrasions, dents and scratches. Long horizontal scratch in the butt. The bore is a bit gray but the rifling remains distinct. Mechanically sound.


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    Auction Dates
    June, 2016
    12th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 9
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