Tanegashima arquebuses were the main firearms used in Japan for around three centuries until the opening of Japan in the mid 19th century. The smoothbore barrel has a triangular front sight, grooved block rear sight, silver inlaid Oda clan kamon, and two untranslated markings. The stock has floral and Japanese lion accents.
Very good plus with mellow aged patina on the silver and brass and dark patina along the crisp barrel, minor dings and scratches, an absent inlay on the bottom of the stock, and mild overall wear. The hammer is slightly bent inward and the lock needs work (sear insecure).
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