This massive wall gun dates to the early 17th century and measures 66 inches from the muzzle to the heel. The barrel has a blade front sight, "tunnel" rear sight, some bands of engraving, and a few unidentified maker's or ownership markings on the barrel. The barrel has a hook that projects through the bottom of the forend to help steady the gun on the ramparts. The lock has a "crown/GH" maker's marking and a bestial mask on the serpentine. The furniture is iron. The ramrod is fitted off to the side. The stock has the large "fishtail" butt with a thumb rest.
Good. The metal displays mostly silver-gray patina and has moderate to heavy pitting. The stock is also good and has a protective coating over moderate overall age and storage related wear. Mechanically fine.
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