OD - VERY GOOD- all original parts; none to 30% original finish; original metal surfaces smooth with all edges sharp; clear lettering, numerals and design on metal; wood slightly scratched or bruised.
WW - WOOD IS WORSE FOR THE PERCENT FINISH RATING GIVEN
Manufactured in 1863. Matching serial numbers on the left side of lower tang, barrel, stock inlet, buttplate, and both buttplate screws. Comes with a 4-piece wooden cleaning rod. The right side of the receiver bears two "H" inspector's stamps (Henry) and the right barrel flat is marked "C.G.C./H" (Charles G. Chapman/Henry). There is a faint government cartouche on the right side of the wrist (likely "CGC") and a "C" inspection mark on the buttplate. "That damned Yankee rifle that can be loaded on Sunday and fired all week" was one of the most advanced firearms of the war.
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