RELIC LOCKPLATE FROM A MODEL 1861 SPRINGFIELD BRIDESBURG CONTRACT

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Relic lockplate is missing most of the internal parts. Hammer is present and frozen. Item has been cleaned by electrolysis but is heavily pitted. Some chalk has been used to bring out the maker’s mark forward of the hammer. The letters “BRI” of “BRIDESBURG” can clearly be seen. Also, behind the hammer chalk has been used again to bring out the date which looks to be “1861.”

Area of recovery is unknown. Most likely central Virginia.   [ad]

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