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Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection
This is a Model 1861 Springfield rifle-musket which has been converted to a cartridge breech-loader by the Peabody system, c. 1867. It is believed the alteration was made by the Providence Tool Company under contract using H.O. Peabody's Patent 72076 of December 1867.
left side of receiver: PEABODY'S PAT. JULY 22, 1872/MAN'F'D BY PROVIDENCE TOOL CO./PROV. R.I. [on lock:] 1862 U.S./SPRINGFIELD (eagle head) [on butt plate:] U.S./26 [on rear tang of trigger guard:] 27 [on all three barrel bands:] (horseshoe)/27 [stamped in wood on bottom of stock behind trigger guard:] J.P. [stamped in wood on left side of stock:] (inside rectangle;) HSH (and;) ESA (inspector's initials)
With Peabody cartridge conversion in 1865. A: gun B: ram rod