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    Josh Golcher Half Stock Percussion Cape Gun. NVSN, 16 gauge and 11mm calibers, 31-inch barrels with fixed front sight and rear elevation sight. Locks scroll and fowl engraved and marked: JOSH GOLCHER. Varnished walnut half stock with cheekrest and silver furniture. Hinged cap box to left side of stock. Inlaid running dog on cheekrest. Ramrod. Crescent buttplate.

    Condition: Fair to good. Finish primarily a mottled grey patina with noticeable wear and pitting. Wood showing scratches, scuffs and dings. Screw absent to upper tang. Minor wood loss to some edges. 2-inch crack to right side of stock at buttplate. Actions need adjustment.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2014
    8th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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