A .577 PATTERN 1856 TWO BAND PERCUSSION VOLUNTEER RIFLE SIGNED JAMES BRYCE, EDINBURGH, CIRCA 1860, no visible serial number,
with 33in. Birmingham proofed barrel with block and blade front-sight and reversed type ladder rear-sight, fitted with P56 type bayonet lug, borderline engraved lock with a crown on the tail and signed to the centre 'JAMES BRYCE / EDINBURGH', regulation iron mounted full walnut stock, the counter lock side also stamped 'JAMES BRYCE / EDINB.', complete with sling swivels and rod. A typical private purchase volunteer short rifle of the 1860 period
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