Marked, “COURT”, on lock plate
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Item 671264167
Location Allport, PA 16821
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DA-0012-G-(11308)-JJA-Marked, “COURT”, on lock plate, this single barrel percussion sporting half stock fowling piece shows fine workmanship, which has been converted from flintlock to percussion ignition. Research has failed to locate a gunsmith by this name, but the piece is also proofed with English barrel markings, all of which date the piece as early as 1750, and converted to percussion around 1840. There is some fancy engraving on the white brass butt plate, the iron lock plate, and the steel barrel-tang, as well as the fancy white brass trigger guard. Half octagon/round 30 ¼” iron barrel of 14 gage smoothbore, bears 2 ramrod tubes of white brass soldered to the underside of barrel, and one matching ramrod ferrule in the nose end of the cherry/walnut stock, pinned. The intact sound stock is key fastened to the barrel at the forend, and at the barrel tang with usual bolt. Retains the original steel ramrod, with threaded end for cleaning attachments. Overall length 46”. A high quality lightweight for its time, capable of hunting or defense. Missing the bead front sight. A copper plate on the left side replaces a missing brass one. Fully functional lock mechanism is sound, with good original nipple, Decorative, and quite serviceable. Brown patina on steel surfaces, inside and out. All original, as-is. SAFETY NOTICE: We do not sell firearms, only collectible antiques, if you shoot them it is at your own risk and we are not liable for anything you do
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7.00 Pounds