RELIC RICHMOND MUSKET LOCKPLATE

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Item Code: 1000-2754

Lockplate has no markings that can be seen but it is obviously a Confederate Richmond lock with a low hump. There is no hammer but the mainspring and all other mechanical components are present on the back.

All iron is rusted as is typical with “dug” relics. This may have wire brushed or otherwise lightly cleaned at some point. Recovered in Orange County, Virginia. [jet] [ph:L]

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