Cased Single-shot Libeau Percussion Pistol, c. 1840s, walnut stock with checkered grip stamped with the number 2689, silver triggerguard and fittings, backlock-style lock with a faint LIBEAU marking, octagonal barrel marked on the top NEW ORLEANS, oak case with maroon velvet lining, ELEY/LONDON cap tin, unmarked brass flask, and a bullet mold, ht. 3, wd. 6 3/4, lg. 10 in.
Some light dings and nicks in the stock, very light scattered patina on steel parts, ramrod and front ramrod pipe look to be replacements, lock functions as it should, overall in good condition.
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