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High condition, RARE Remington No.1 rifle cane long shaft chambered in .22 short with small dog's head handle. All original and fully functional. Shaft measures 36 1/2" from the bottom to where the handle starts to curve. Overall condition is great for its age with some surface scratches but no major cracks, chips or repairs. Serial number 1453 which is marked in three places, below the nickel silver collar, on the bottom of the shaft before it meets the ferrule and on the ferrule itself. All three numbers are matching, the number at the bottom of the shaft appears to have been mistakenly been stamped 1452 but was corrected by stamping a 3 over the 2 which is not uncommon for this period as I have seen it several times in the past on old Colt and Smith & Wesson pieces. There is also a date of 1872 above where the chamber separates where you would cock the rifle. It appears that the bore might have been rifled as I believe it shows a slight trace of the rifling left over but I could be mistaken. The bore appears dirty or oxidized but I did not want to attempt to clean it as I was afraid of damaging the shaft. Only 1750 rim fire canes were produced up until 1886 and I have seen very few .22 caliber ones come to market, Mostly you will see the larger dog head .32 version but those are also seldom coming to market.
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