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    U.S. Model 1808 Harpers Ferry .69 Caliber Flintlock Musket, Dated 1816. Totally untouched condition, original flint configuration and in excellent condition. All metal is smooth and gray / dark. 42" smoothbore barrel with "US" and eaglehead proofs at the breech and bayonet lug at the muzzle. Lock deeply stamped Eagle with US within shield and "Harpers Ferry 1816", tight crisp action, original ramrod. Stock displays an old untouched patina, sharp edges, a small chip at the side plate and a small crack with chip at the front of the lock. Clear "V/JL" script cartouche along with "V" and "IV" to the rear of the side plate. Complete and original in every respect, a very fine example of this scarce gun in original flint.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2015
    12th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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