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Sold by James D. Julia auctions on October 2007 for : $14,950.00

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"FAYETTEVILLE RIFLE. SN NSN. Cal. 58. This is the standard, late production Fayetteville rifle with 33" bbl. This is a nice example, orig and complete. Lock is dated "1864", as is bbl. Opposite lock is inspector's cartouche which is still quite visible. Also, on back of stock is scratched "Captured April 1865". In same style of markings as the capture information the gun is marked "TR 1866" opposite lock. This gun has seen some use, but rifling is still decent. Gun is accompanied by a heavy, Confederate, canvas sling and an angular bayonet that fits gun well. This gun exhibits all proper proofs and markings normally associated with this maker. Mr. Michel describes this gun as follows: Manufactured on the rifle equipment removed from Harpers Ferry to Richmond and ultimately to Fayetteville, NC, this rifle is characteristic of production there. The hammer is of the distinctive 'S' curve configuration. The lockplate is marked, forward of the hammer, with an eagle over 'CSA' (the 'S' being upside down when the die was created) and 'Fayetteville' and with the date '1864' at the tail. The date '1864' also appears on the barrel at the breech. The left side of the buttstock is carved 'Captured April 1865'. The rifle is complete with its correct socket bayonet and linen sling." You are bidding on a very good, all orig and complete, 1864-dated Fayetteville rifle with orig sling and bayonet. CONDITION: Bbl, lock, and ramrod are cleaned and gray/bright with scattered areas of pitting. Brass buttplate, trigger guard, bands and nose cap are cleaned and smooth with scattered nicks and scratches. All markings in metal are crisp and bright and easily read. Stock exhibits scattered scratches, nicks, and scrapes. Cartouche is well defined, though worn. Hairline crack about 1" long is found just behind lock. There is about a 2" x 1/4" wood sliver repaired behind hammer. Bayonet is gray with scattered staining and pitting. Sling is very good and solid. Leather strip is very good with no discernible cracking. Leather loop is scuffed in high areas. Sling overall is in superior condition from those normally encountered. 4-31306 JS124 (10,000-15,000)"

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