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Old 05-09-2009, 12:06 AM   #1
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i was told this gun is from the mid 1800s but i cant seem to find anything that resemble it100_0135.jpg

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Old 05-09-2009, 12:17 AM   #2
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Yeah, Cane carried it during the Rev War.

All kidding aside, that is a beautiful piece. Somebody on here will be able to ID it. Welcome aboard!


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Can't tell for sure from pics- but do a Google image search for Enfield Musket. most of those and the Springfield muskets date from early 1860s.

Can you post ANY markings that are on the weapon?
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It's an Austrian Lorenz.
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the only markings i can get a pi of are on the but plate in the pic above. will try the info you guys gave so ar but any other help will b welcomed.
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It IS an Austrian Lorenz.
College Hill Arsenal*::*Previously Sold Items*::*Austrian M-1854 Lorenz - NEAR MINT
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i really am grateful for the help guys. it is the lorenz. now i am also looking for an average price of one in fair shape because it will be for sale.
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Realistically you're looking at the 600-700 range. You might put it on one of the online auctions and get a tad more. There's one on gunbroker now with a startup bid of 850 that started on the 1st with two days left and no bids.


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