US Model 1833 Hall Carbine

.52 caliber, 26.1875" round barrel, no S/N. Browned finish, walnut stock. Top of breech marked in four lines: U.S. / NORTH MIDLTN / CONN. / 1838, breech with P / J / A / V inspection marks, reverse stock flat with script NWP (Nahum W. Patch) sub-inspection cartouche, partially legible final inspection on top of stock comb and appears to be a script MPL (Mann Page Lomax). Sliding triangular bayonet secured under barrel. Implement compartment in toe of stock, sling ring at tail of triggerguard tang. A total of 6,135 of these "2nd Model" M1833 carbines were produced ca 1836-1839, with many being issued to the US 2nd Dragoons during their Florida service.


Fine. Retains most of the original lacquer browned finish on the metal parts, with scattered small patches of minor surface oxidation and some surface roughness. Mechanically functional, good bore with moderate pitting along its length. Stock solid, but worn with some rounding to the sharp edges due to wear, not sanding. Numerous bumps and dings throughout. Metal markings crisp, cartouches with wear.

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500
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