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    William Moore & Co. Double Barrel Percussion Shotgun.
    Unserialized, 12 gauge, 31 1/2-inch barrel with fixed front bead sight. Top of barrel marked: WM. MOORE & CO. LONDON FINE TWIST. Locks marked: WM. MOORE & CO. Checkered walnut straight stock. Blank oval escutcheon to base of stock. Wood ramrod. Metal buttplate.

    Condition: Good. Finish primarily a smooth grey patina with scattered signs of handling wear, age and pitting. Scuffs and dings present to wood. Noticeable cracks to each side of wrist, as well as each side of stock near buttplate. Action not working. Dark bores.
    From the L. B. Paul Collection


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    Auction Dates
    June, 2019
    9th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 11
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