Original Pre Civil War Harpers Ferry M1819 Hall Long Rifle with an attic brown patina. I just got this item in on consignment. Although these guns were produced in the 1820-1840's many of them ended being used in the American Civil War and was one of the 1st breechloading weapons used in military service. This example has seen lots of action with lots of wear and has been converted to Percussion. Has a dark overall patina with some pitting on most of the metal parts. The stock is in good shape with nice patina but has some wood loss around the buttplate and a repair behind the breech. There are a few parts MIA and a some parts restored. The mechanics are functional with tight working action. Has the J. Hall Maker Mark on the breech as well as H. Ferry (Harpers Ferry) and US. I can't quite make out the production date. Barrel has a dirty bore but really good deep rifling remains. Please see all photos or call or write for more information. A hard to find example of a rare gun that won't break the bank and displays strong.