Lot 394    

Remington M1863 "Zouave" Rifle, Bayonet and Scabbard,
2004, Fall Historic Americana / Dec 2-3
with 33" round barrel with standing front and flip up rear sights marked with V.P. and eagle head and STEEL and H.S.L.; lock plate marked with spread winged U.S. shield breasted eagle above U.S. with Remington/Ilion, N.Y. in front of hammer and 1863 behind hammer; brass trigger guard with steel swivel, and fore end cap, two barrel bands, one with steel swivel, brass butt plate and patch box; full walnut stock with two inspectors cartouche on left side; total length 49". Bayonet with single edged blade with false edge and 3/4 length fuller, marked on left ricasso with C; single piece cast brass hilt with top ring for barrel and steel push button release with ribbed grip, marked twice with same C as on ricasso; total length 24.5". Scabbard and belt sheath in leather with brass throat with frog stud and brass drag; total length 26".

Condition:  
All near Mint.
Sold: $3,105.00
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