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Old September 6, 2012, 08:01 AM   #3
noelf2
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IMHO, the only real value would be in the history of the gun. Without that, it's a mystery wall hanger. Should be easy to tell if it's late 1700's or late 1800's. If it's flintlock, it's probably the former but without the history, that's just a guess. Most likely it's a parts gun. Post some pictures when you can.
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