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    M1860 Civil War Spencer Cal. .56-56 RF Repeating Carbine #14947 Mfg. C. 1863. Metal generally smooth and dark overall, untouched with just a few tiny areas of very light pitting. The breech block still displaying some traces of case color. Mechanically perfect, excellent markings and very good bore. Missing the lower butt plate screw, else the gun is complete and original in every respect. Wood very good, just showing signs of honest use and smooth wear with some scattered dents and scratches. There is the obligatory small sliver missing on the left side of the forestock where it joins the receiver. A nice, completely honest and untouched Civil War Spencer, with desirable serial number indicating very early manufacture, with the actual serial range starting at 11,000.

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    December, 2010
    11th Saturday
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