This smoothbore hunting gun was likely manufactured in New England in the early 19th century. The smoothbore barrel has a small blade front sight, band at the breech, and small notch rear sight on the tang. The lock has no visible markings but has some light engraving. The brass furniture is rather English in style. The full-length stock appears to be cherry and is rather plain but nicely shaped. It some with a later hide-on double pocket hunting pouch with attached powder horn, two small measures made from brass rimfire cartridges, an antler pick, a very well-worn knife, sack of shot, a "32" marked ball mold, iron tweezers, and a small tin box with flint striker and other fire making pieces.
Good as reconverted to flintlock configuration with dark brown patina, mild oxidation and pitting, dark aged patina on the brass, and general moderate overall wear. The refinished stock is good and has a series of thin cracks concentrated on the butt, a few other cracks elsewhere, mild dings and scratches, and some white flecks. Mechanically fine. The pouch and accessories are all good with moderate to heavy overall wear from age and use, including some holes, tears, chips, and other loss.
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