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civil war muskets

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by nov0798, May 20, 2006.

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  1. nov0798

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    If I were you ... I would have them professionally appraised.
     
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    Are those original or replicas? Springfield and Enfield?
     
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    They are originals. I plan on having them appraised, I was just wondering what the approx going rate was for these.
     
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    Just from what I see in the pictures, if truly originally manufactured around 1860 and are original .577 Enfield and .60(?) Springfield rifle muskets, I would give you 15k for the set if I had it. I have no idea what they would go for, that's just my personal value of the history in those guns.
     
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    Post them a few forums down, in the blackpowder section; you'll get better answers there.
     
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