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A Rare 6-Bore Percussion Sporting Gun by Rigby,
A Rare 6-Bore Percussion Sporting Gun by Rigby
A Rare 6-Bore Percussion Sporting Gun by Rigby
A Rare 6-Bore Percussion Sporting Gun by Rigby,
A Rare 6-Bore Percussion Sporting Gun by Rigby
A Rare 6-Bore Percussion Sporting Gun by Rigby
A Rare 6-Bore Percussion Sporting Gun by Rigby
A Rare 6-Bore Percussion Sporting Gun by Rigby
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A Rare 6-Bore Percussion Sporting Gun by Rigby. SN X1808

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A Rare 6-Bore Percussion Sporting Gun by Rigby, 58 ½” overall. 42 ¼”, 6 bore browned twist barrel and bead fore-sight, case-hardened patent breech with one platinum line. platinum plug, numbered 10889 , finely engraved tang, signed W& J Rigby serial backaction lock finely engraved with foliage, figured walnut half-stock, chequered grip, German silver mounts mounts engraved with scrollwork and foliage, silver, one barrel-bolt, and original brass-mounted ramrod, London proof mark.

In later leather and canvas case with Charles Lancaster with shot bag and flask.

Circa 1858

In very good useable condition. 

See Rigby 1760-1869 by D.H.L.Black page 144