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  dated lock and barrel. “R.K.A.” (Remick K. Arnold) inspection initials marked on the left barrel flat at the breech. Left stock flat stamped with boxed script inspection cartouches “HDJ” (Henry D. Jennings) and “BH” (Benjamin Hannis). The brass patch box contains an extra nipple and ball extractor tool.
CONDITION: Excellent, retaining 95% plus original blue finish on the barrel and 97% plus vivid original case colors on the lock and hammer, with some scattered patches of light to moderate freckling, and sharp markings and edges in the metal overall. The brass exhibits highly attractive untouched original bright golden patina. The stock is also excellent with attractive original raised grains and rich oil finish, distinct edges overall, some light handling marks, a few minor storage dings, and exceptionally crisp cartouches. Mechanically excellent. An excellent example of a U.S.
Remington “Zouave” rifle that would make a fine addition to any U.S. martial or Civil War collection! Estimate: 5,000 - 7,000
LOT 303
Desirable Civil War U.S. Lindsay “Two Shot” Model 1863 Double Percussion Rifle-Musket - NSN, 58 cal., 41 1/8 inch round bbl., bright finish, walnut stock. Approximately 1,000 of
these two shot rifle-muskets were manufactured by J.P. Lindsay of New York between 1863-1864. They are known to have been tested by or issued to the 5th, 16th, and 23rd Michigan and 9th
New Hampshire. “LINDSAY/PATENT’D.OCT.9.1860” marked on top of the breech. Two oval script “ADK”
(Andrew D. King) inspection cartouches stamped on the left stock flat.
CONDITION: Very fine with mostly bright iron surfaces, some scattered areas of light surface pitting on the hammers,
breech and buttplate, and sharp markings and edges in the metal. 60% original blue finish remains on the rear sight with
smooth brown patina on the balance. Stock is also very fine with defined edges, a few scattered light handling marks,
and crisp cartouches. Mechanically excellent.
Estimate: 3,000 - 4,500
   marked on the bolster above the eagle motif. The meaning of this marking is not clear, but it may be an additional inspection mark by inspector Horace Burpee. CONDITION: Fine. The metal surface remain mostly bright and have some slight pitting and spotting. The wood is also very good and has some small nicks and scratches, a few bruises, a fresh cut ahead of the front lock screw, and partially faded cartouches. Mechanically fine, and the markings are generally crisp. Estimate: 2,500 - 3,500
LOT 302
Attractive Civil War U.S. Remington “Model 1863 Zouave” Percussion Rifle - NSN, 58 cal., 33 inch round bbl., blue/casehardened finish, walnut stock. 12,501 of these rifles were manufactured by Remington between 1862-1865 during the Civil War for the Union. Government records listed them as “Harpers Ferry Pattern” rifles, and they have similarities to both the Model 1841 and Model 1855 rifles that were manufactured at Harpers Ferry prior to the Civil War but are of a unique pattern. Whether or not any of these rifles saw use in the war remains unclear and debated. “1863”
LOT 304 Civil War U.S. Colt Special Contract Model 1861 Percussion Rifle-Musket - NSN, 58 cal., 40 inch round bbl., bright finish, walnut stock. These Colt muskets were produced throughout the Civil War under contract with the Union and state governments. An estimated 100,000 muskets were manufactured by the end of the war. Many were also sold privately through Schuyler, Hartley & Graham. This model is based on the Enfield Pattern 1853 and has many features incorporated in the Springfield Model 1863. This 1863 dated example has the standard markings and features. It also has “H.B”

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