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    J. Manton & Company English Export Double Barrel Percussion Shotgun.
    NVSN, 12 gauge, 30-inch Damascus barrels with single bead sight. Rib marked "LONDON Imported by F. Reynolds New York". Iron locks with simple foliate scroll engraving and each marked "MANTON". Walnut half stock, checkered at the wrist, with metal buttplate. Underside of butt with percussion cap box and blank silver shield escutcheon inlet into stock. Replacement stripped loading rod.

    Condition: Good. Metal with a smooth mottled brown patina exhibiting a few light scratches. Small dents at the edge of the muzzle. Stock with scattered shallow dents and an artful 2-inch repair to the edge of the stock near the breech. Mechanically sound. Dark bore.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2015
    13th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 10
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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