1.75" bore diameter, 21.375" iron barrel. Barrel secured to the stock with pins and with a single breech tang screw. The lock is marked US with an eagle over T. French . The rear of the lock is marked Canton in a vertical arc and dated 1810. With an iron yoke attached to the stock, with brass bars affixed on either side to prevent damage to the wood. The heavy brass trigger guard has the correct ball finial. Walnut stock with brass sideplate, one brass ferrule and a wooden ramrod. The stock has a copper fore end plate at the end of the ramrod. Overall length 36.75". Weight 11.1 lbs.
Good to very good overall. Iron barrel and swivel yoke with a thick brown patina and some evenly distributed surface oxidation. Brass furniture with a deep, untouched brownish-green patina. Lock mechanically functional. Stock with numerous dings and mars from service and use, but showing very crisp lines and edges. Upper barrel pin replaced with an old round-head iron nail, with some old wood added to the pin hole to wedge the nail in place.