Original Danish Flintlock 1794 Short Musket Converted to Percussion Model 1794/22/43 For Engineers
The barrel bears the serial number of L - 404 which is repeated on the tang. There is a Regimental marking on the butt plate of N 75. This musket was converted to percussion in 1843 and renumbered 2366 on the lock plate and the percussion hammer. It has the typical HUGE buttstock plate retaining bolts, intended to protect the delicate brass when the stock was rested on the ground. Cap lock nipple is intact but has been been work down quite a bit. In a nice collectible condition, ready to display.
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