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18TH C. BRITISH TRADE MUSKET

18TH C. BRITISH TRADE MUSKET

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18TH C. BRITISH TRADE MUSKET - Military Style Flintlock Musket made by Ketland & Co. of Birmingham, England, working from the late 1700s to the early 1800s to become one of the most prominent and active British makers of the American Revolutionary War era. John and Thomas Ketland were the sons of Thomas Ketland and grandsons of William Ketland, who had been making locks and guns for the colonies since the early 18th Century. The lock plate is script engraved "Ketland & Co" but with no visible proof marks, so for trade. The full length stock has brass furniture including the side plate and buttplate. 41" barrel with front sight, and an iron button head ramrod. 58" long overall. Losses to stock, light corrosion.

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