Original British Third Model Brown Bess Musket - Marked Royal Dockyard Bermuda
Original Item: Only One Available. Circa 1810-1820 this is not an official Naval issue Brown Bess although the lack of a ramrod throat mount may indicate that it was purpose built for Naval use. It has a standard issue trigger guard, British proofed 39" barrel, "Crown over G.R." and TOWER marked lock plate. This appears a totally standard Brown Bess of the era in a used but very presentable state.
The barrel is marked along the top:
ROYAL NAVAL DOCKYARD BERMUDA
This explains the absence of the ramrod throat mount, a very interesting musket, cleaned and ready to display.
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