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Sale 289 Lot 356
Sold for US$150

Springfield Model 1852 U.S. Musket stamped marks on metal: 1852 SPRINGFIELD, US, and rampant eagle; wooden stock bears incised hand-lettering: X MA; L51 1/2"

Provenance: Millicent Rogers
Estate of Arturo Peralta Ramos II

Other Notes: Potentially a desert find from one of the numerous military confrontations that occurred within the boundaries of modern state of New Mexico, from the 1862-1864 Civil War battles to the 1864 battles of the U.S. against the Native population of Apache and Navajo.
Estimate $ 200-300

Condition statement: poor, potentially a desert find.


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