November 16, 2019 09:00 AM EST Downingtown, PA


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Pennsylvania full stock percussion long rifle

Pennsylvania full stock percussion long rifle, approximately .45 caliber, with a two-piece brass patchbox, side plate, trigger guard, and inlaid medallion on cheek rest, the lock inscribed Henry & Sons Boulton, with tiger maple stock and checkered wrist, set trigger, 36 1/4" octagonal barrel.

Condition:Overall poor condition, through and through crack at trigger guard, 5 1/2" crack forward of the receiver, 3" loss to forend along barrel edge, lacking nose cap, does not stay fully cocked, lacking ramrod.

Estimate: $200 - $300
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$375
11/16/2019

 

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