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    British P 1853 Enfield .577 Percussion Rifle Identified to Corporal John H. Herman 4th Alabama Volunteer Militia.
    Metal generally smooth and brown with areas of minor surface rust and pitting at the breech. Lock marked "1861 Tower" with crown behind the hammer, crisp action, dark bore. Brass furniture showing normal small dents and scratches. Wood varnished, right butt stock shows long scratches, rest just normal small dents. Behind lock between the screws is carved "J.H. Herman". John H. Herman served as a corporal in Company B 4th Alabama Volunteer Militia, serving as a police force in and around Mobile. Included is an extensive file of research concerning John Herman and the 4th Alabama.


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    Auction Dates
    June, 2013
    8th Saturday
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