Northwest Indian Trade Gun by Sargent (AL3561)

Northwest Indian Trade Gun by Sargent. Very little is known about this firm other than they sold some guns to the American Fur Company and then the Chouteau firm in St. Louis. This gun has the standard serpentine side plate and oversized trigger guard. There is also the tombstone fox marking on both the barrel and lock. The lock is dated 1853. These guns were used to trade with Indians mostly for fur. Very rare maker and a very hard gun to find. Very interesting gun!

Price:
$6,750.00
Item Number:
AL3561
Weight:
0.00 LBS
Northwest Indian Trade Gun by Sargent. Very little is known about this firm other than they sold some guns to the American Fur Company and then the Chouteau firm in St. Louis.

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