This Jennings rifle was manufactured in 1852 by Robbins and Lawrence in Windsor, Vermont, as a muzzleloader using modified components from the unsuccessful Jennings breechloading and repeating rifles. The rifled barrel has a small blade front sight, and a notch rear sight is fitted at the front of the frame. The frame and buttplate have scroll engraving. The left side of the frame has the Robbins & Lawrence and C.P. Dixon markings. The stock has a nickel-silver oval on the left side lightly inscribed with what a faint marking that appears to have "Keene MH" on the upper line.
Good overall with mottled dark brown patina, mild oxidation, replacement rod tube, repaired break through the wrist, and general moderate wear. Mechanically fine.
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