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    19th Century British Flintlock Indian Trade Musket 50 1/4" .69 caliber round barrel with octagon breech exhibiting deep proofs. Lock deeply stamped "London", integral iron pan, working action. Large iron trigger guard with tear drop shaped finials. Pin fastened stock has two brass and two iron pipes one iron pipe with losses, iron side plate. Metal is mostly smooth and gray with areas of pitting at the breech, hammer and top of the lock. Stock is deeply carved at the barrel tang and rear of the lock and side plates. Stock exhibiting a deep undisturbed patina has a few scattered dents and scratches. Complete with its original hardwood ramrod. These trade muskets were widely used by Native Americans for hunting and warfare for much of the 19th Century in the United States and Canada.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2015
    12th-13th Friday-Saturday
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