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    R.T. De Walt Mule Ear Contemporary Percussion Rifle. NVSN, 32-inch octagonal barrel with hooded front sight and rear fixed sight. Mule ear lever marked: R.T. DEWALT / GIBRALTAR, MICHIGAN atop a scroll and floral engraved lock. R.T. DEWALT engraved in cursive to top of barrel. Tiger maple one-piece stock with decorative scroll and floral silver inlays and brass furniture. Oval ivory inlay at wrist. Scroll and eagle head engraved brass storage compartment to right side of stock and silver inlaid eagle to cheekrest on left side.
    Condition: Very good. Finish primarily a smooth grey patina with light handling wear and scattered patches of pitting. Stock showing wear with some inlay peeling and loss. Action is good. Strong bore. From the Michael Yeck Collection.

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    June, 2013
    9th Sunday
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