This fine shotgun comes with it's original wooden case and all of it's period correct accessories. I recently aquired this shotgun from an estate. I believe it to be a 14 Ga. However, I'm not an authority on this type of gun and could be wrong. The bores measure approx. .710 Regardless, this shotgun is a Westley Richards double barrel percussion shotgun. It comes with a wooden case which is molded for the accessories which are: cleaning rod, shot flask, powder flask, nipple wrench, screwdriver, cleaning brush, cloth bag (marked "14") with a few wads, spare nipple in a pouch numbered to the gun, and a primer bag with one primer in it. All of the accessories appear to be period correct. The molded wooden case has the name "John Ramsbotham Esq." engraved in the handle. The gun has an inlay in the stock with the initials "JR" engraved in it. The wooden case is numberered to the gun as is the ramrod and the nipple pouch. The serial number is: 2806. I believe the gun to be mfg. circa 1870s. The barrels measure 30 in. and are free of dents. The bores are inexcellent condition with only very light pitting in the last 1-2 inches. The mechanics are in perfect working order with distinct cocking notches. I believe this gun to be a honest example of a Westley Richards firearm with no issues of fakery. The wood is also in excellent condition with no chips, splits or cracks. Although, I'm not an authority on this firearm, I would welcome any comments/questions on it. You can email me for more detailed photos at: Or feel free to call at: . I'll do my best to answer your questions. Evenings are best and I live in the MST time zone. If you're into collecting Westley Richards firearms, this example deserves a good hard look.
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