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Sold by James D. Julia auctions on October 2007 for : $9,775.00

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"VIRGINIA (STONEWALL BRIGADE) CARRIED CONVERSION MUSKET. SN NSN. Cal. 69. Mr. Michel describes this musket as follows: "A Model 1816 musket altered to percussion by Colt, this piece eventually found its way into the hands of William Exall of the 21st Virginia Infantry. His name 'W. Exall' appears carved into the right side of the butt of the musket and '21st Va' and 'Co F' are carved into the left side of the butt. With the musket is a handwritten note dated September 12, 1936 which reads, 'My Dear Doctor, Mrs Foley of the Richmond Civil War Records Office states that there were two Exalls in the 21st Virginia Regt., one Charles and a William. The latter enlisted April 21, 1862, in Richmond and was killed at Bath, Jan 3rd, 1863. I concluded after reading her testimonial that the inscription on your musket indicates that your musket after examining it with the utmost scrutiny have determined that weapon was indeed used by William Exall, Late of the Stonewall Brigade. Your contribution of this relic to the museum would be most gratifying. My Deepest and heartfelt thanks. Felix Gross'. Also with the musket is a separate card indicating that the musket and note were purchased at auction of a private home in Gordonsville, Virginia. This musket is one altered by Colt for Russia in 1855-56 but which Colt ended up selling to Italy in 1860 after Russia abrogated the contract. These arms were then seized by English authorities while en route. Undoubtedly then sold to Confederate agents looking to purchase arms in England, the musket afterward returned to America and ultimately into the hands of William Exall." You are bidding on a musket used by a Virginia soldier killed early in 1863 who was a member of the famed Stonewall Brigade along with an accompanying note dated 1936 relating its incredible history. CONDITION: Bbl, lock, trigger guard, and buttplate are cleaned and heavily pitted.  Rear band is dark and pitted.  Front bands are cleaned smooth and stained.  Front band lacks locking spring.  Ramrod is of correct style, but shortened about 10".  Stock contains numerous scratches, dings, and stains and has been lightly sanded.  Buttstock has repaired crack at toe.  Scratched ID in stock is possibly commemorative, as it appears carved after stock was orig cleaned. 4-31273 JS187 (10,000-30,000)"

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