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A Mint 1842 Volunteer Short Musket. SN 8458
A Mint 1842 Volunteer Short Musket. SN 8458
A Mint 1842 Volunteer Short Musket. SN 8458
A Mint 1842 Volunteer Short Musket. SN 8458
A Mint 1842 Volunteer Short Musket. SN 8458
A Mint 1842 Volunteer Short Musket. SN 8458
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A Mint 1842 Volunteer Short Percussion Musket. 49” overall, 33” musket bore barrel with Birmingham proofs. Flat percussion case-hardened lock signed ‘W. J. KING’, figured walnut full stock, the stock stamped with stocker’s name ‘MASON’ above a ‘7’ and ‘W.ROBINSON’. Regulation brass mounts including butt plate, sling loops. Original steel ramrod, white buff leather sling with Lovel’s bayonet catch and a mint bayonet also numbered ‘7’

Circa 1845

In very near perfect condition.

William James King (1824-1863. & Co 1864-1868). 8 Whitehall Street, 1824-1837; Brook Street. 1837-1839; 6 Bath Street, 1840-1863. & Co., 37 Loved Street.