RELIC MODEL 1861 MUSKET RECOVERED IN CENTRAL VIRGINIA

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Item Code: 1000-883

This relic musket consists of a barrel that is rusted over its entire surface. It retains the front sight but the rear sight is missing. Original nipple, bolster screw and tang screw are present.

The wood stock is present forward of the lock. Wood has turned a grayish brown color. All three rusted barrel bands are present as is the nose cap and band springs. The wood shows part of the mortise for the lockplate. Wood shows a jagged break occurred in the lockplate area.

Triggerguard is still attached. It retains the trigger and both screws and matches the rest of the iron on the rifle

There is no ramrod.

Both sling swivels are present.  [ad] [ph:L]

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UNIFORM GROUP IDENTIFIED TO LIEUTENANT-COLONEL ADDISON W. PRESTON, 1ST VERMONT CAVALRY WHO TOOK PART IN FARNSWORTH’S CHARGE AT GETTYSBURG AND WAS LATER KILLED IN ACTION AT HAWE’S SHOP IN 1864

This group consists of several uniform pieces and an import Model 1860 officer’s cavalry saber, all in excellent condition and identified to Lieutenant Colonel A. W. Preston of the famous 1st Vermont Cavalry. George Benedict in his book “VERMONT… (1179-294). Learn More »

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