.52 caliber, 32.625" barrel, no S/N. Browned and case hardened finish, walnut stock. Breechblock marked in four lines: J. H. HALL / H. FERRY / U.S. / 1837. Original flintlock configuration, retaining original swirled and button head combination cleaning and loading rod. Three pin-retained barrel bands, off-set fixed rear sight and combination front sight/bayonet lug with offset blade. One of the late production Hall rifles produced at Harpers Ferry during the last production run from 1827-1840. A truly fine condition specimen.
Fine. Retains much of the original lacquer browned finish, with some fading, loss and wear, particularly on the rear barrel band. All markings crisp and clear. Mechanically functional, fine bore. Crisp stock with feathery grain showing only some small handling and storage dings, and a tiny cracked sliver near the end of the ramrod channel. A really fine condition example.
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