France - Charleville - Flintlock - Rifle - 17,5

Description
France - Charleville - Flintlock - Rifle - 17,5
Excellent - 1810 - Barrel is Smoothbore

Charleville Infantry rifle model 1777 converted to year IX ORIGINAL
Very nice Charleville infantry rifle from the First Empire, from the attic, it has belonged to the same family for 200 years.
By Manufacture Imperial de Saint Etienne in 1810.
The barrel is by inspector Blachon Antoine (1798 to 1812).
The lock and all the other parts are by inspector Gouillont (1804 to 1816).

Very nice marking on the butt: EF Empire Français

Original bayonet with its hallmark


Complete rifle, only the loading rod is missing.

Lot details
Country of manufacture
France
Weapon Type
Rifle
Firing mechanism
Flintlock
Sub-type
Charleville
Caliber
17,5
Condition
Excellent
Year of Manufacture
1810
Barrel Rifling
Barrel is Smoothbore
Overall Length
1520 mm
Barrel/ blade length
1137 mm
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