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    U.S. Remington Model 1863 "Zouave" .58 Caliber Percussion Contract Rifle 33" round barrel with seven groove rifling. Iron is dark with areas of pin-point pitting and a series of nicks adjacent to the bands. Two brass bands secure the barrel to the walnut stock. The lock is dated 1863 behind the hammer, with a spread wing eagle over "U. S." forward of the hammer and "REMINGTON / ILION, N. Y." forward of the eagle. Two blade sight, correct proofmark's and crisp inspector's cartouches in the wood. Brass very good but the bands show a number of small dents. Wood with sharp edges and a few scattered dents but exhibiting scrapes leading up to the bands. Patchbox contains original worm and extra nipple.

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    June, 2015
    12th-13th Friday-Saturday
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