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14120 - Lancaster style buttplate  - Buttplates

14120 - Lancaster style buttplate

Mid and late Lancaster, Berks, Lebanon, Reading, North Carolina, James River Basin School and Upper Valley School of Virginia styles sand cast buttplate-in brass only. Widely used through 1810 on many guns. H= 5 1/4", W= 1 5/8", CL= 2", CH= 7/16.

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14140 - Hawken fullstock buttplate - Buttplates

14140 - Hawken fullstock buttplate

Early Hawken fullstock rifle style sand cast buttplate-in brass only. Note the inside corner of the plate on the comb. If you want a late plate for a fullstock, file a square corner. For early and mid halfstocks, leave the radius in the corner. H= 5", W= 1 3/8", CL= 2 7/16", CH= 7/16.

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14160 - Plains or Hawken style buttplate - Brass - Buttplates

14160 - Plains or Hawken style buttplate - Brass

A small, short, & smooth top comb buttplate. Slim plate has a toe turned in that could be flattened to make a smaller Plains style rifle or the Hawken. Recognize it? It looks Ohio to me. H= 4-1/4 W= 1-1/4 CL= 1-3/8 CH= 3/8

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14180 - Armstrong style buttplate - brass *** OUT OF STOCK *** - Buttplates

14180 - Armstrong style buttplate - brass *** OUT OF STOCK ***

A very common Maryland style of the Emmitsburg, Maryland School of gunsmithing. It is specific to the rifles by John Armstrong. It also looks like a plate from a John Noll gun. H= 4-5/8 W= 1-1/2 CL= 2 CH= 1/2. *** OUT OF STOCK ***

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14190 - Armstrong style buttplate - German silver - Buttplates

14190 - Armstrong style buttplate - German silver

A very common Maryland style of the Emmitsburg, Maryland School of gunsmithing. It is specific to the rifles by John Armstrong. It also looks like a plate from a John Noll gun. H= 4-5/8 W= 1-1/2 CL= 2 CH= 1/2

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14200 - Early Lancaster School - brass - Buttplates

14200 - Early Lancaster School - brass

An early style by York, Lancaster, Lebanon, and Reading Schools. Short, flat comb with 3 flats. H=4-1/2" W=1-7/8" CL=1-3/4" CH=1/4"

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14210 - Early Lancaster School - German Silver - Buttplates

14210 - Early Lancaster School - German Silver

An early style by York, Lancaster, Lebanon, and Reading Schools. Short, flat comb with 3 flats. H=4-1/2" W=1-7/8" CL=1-3/4" CH=1/4"

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14220 - Lehigh Bethlehem - brass only - Buttplates

14220 - Lehigh Bethlehem - brass only

Lehigh Valley School, or from a dated 1800 rifle from Bucks County and maker J. Shuler. Normally found on smoothbores up to 1800 from this area of Pennsylvania. Correct for Rupp guns. H= 5-3/8", W= 1-7/8", CL= 2-1/4", CH= 5/16".

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14250 - York - German Silver - Buttplates

14250 - York - German Silver

More York with straight 5 flats into the wood. The brisk heel will make it work on a variety of Golden Age makers instead of being limited to earlier guns. H=4-3/8" W=1-3/4" CL=1-7/8" CH=5/16"

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14260 - small Bucks or Lehigh style buttplate - Buttplates

14260 - small Bucks or Lehigh style buttplate

Small early Bucks or Lehigh Valley style sand cast buttplate-in brass only. H= 5 1/4", W= 1 11/16", CL= 2", CH= 1/4". Thought to be a pre-Revolutionary War in size and design.

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14280 - Smaller Ohio Style - German Silver - Buttplates

14280 - Smaller Ohio Style - German Silver

Typical to the very fine slender Maryland guns, this plate is very small. H=4" W=1-1/2" CL=1-5/8" CH=7/16"

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14290 - Golden Age buttplate - brass only - Buttplates

14290 - Golden Age buttplate - brass only

This plate is York in style without the cast wedding band. It is thick enough to file one in. Slightly earlier than a #14120 and later than a #14200. Appropriate for Reading, York and Lebanon Schools. You would see this plate with its five flats end with one or two very thin rings at the wood. H= 5-1/4, W= 2, CL= 2 CH= 1/2.

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14310 - Ohio-Influenced Small Brass - Buttplates

14310 - Ohio-Influenced Small Brass

An even smaller plate for youth guns or very small shooter! Shape fits many styles. Has Ohio influence. H= 3-13/16 W=1-1/8 CL= 1-3/8 CH= 5/16

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14320 - Ohio-Influenced Small - German Silver - Buttplates

14320 - Ohio-Influenced Small - German Silver

Small plate for youth guns or very small shooters. Shape fits many styles. H=3-13/16" W=1-1/8" CL=1-3/8" CH=5/16"

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14330 - Another Early Lancaster - brass - Buttplates

14330 - Another Early Lancaster - brass

A semi-flat comb with 3 flats and cast-in wedding band on a very flat thick butt. H= 4-3/4", W= 2", CL= 1-7/8", CH= 7/16"

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14340 - Another Early Lancaster - German Silver - Buttplates

14340 - Another Early Lancaster - German Silver

A semi-flat comb with 3 flats and cast-in wedding band on a very flat thick butt. H=4-3/4" W=2" CL=1-7/8" CH=7/16"

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14790-Steel Tennessee buttplate - Buttplates

14790-Steel Tennessee buttplate

Most popular Tennessee style plate and the widest. H=4-1/2" W=1-1/2" CL=3" CH=9/16"

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14795-Brass Tenn. buttplate - Buttplates

14795-Brass Tenn. buttplate

Most popular of Tenn. plates and the widest. H=4-1/2" W=1-1/2" CL=3" CH=9/16"

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14805-Brass Late Hawken buttplate - Buttplates

14805-Brass Late Hawken buttplate

Late period Hawken buttplate in brass. Absolutely correct. H=4-5/8" W=1-5/16" CL=1-15/16" CH=7/16"

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14806-Steel Late Hawken Buttplate - Buttplates

14806-Steel Late Hawken Buttplate

Steel Late Hawken buttplate. H=4 5/8" W=1 1/4" CL=2 3/8" CH=7/16"

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14810-Steel Early Hawken Buttplate - Buttplates

14810-Steel Early Hawken Buttplate

Hawken buttplate for rifles produced pre-1840. H=4-3/4" W=1-3/8" CL=2-1/4" CH=3/8"

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14815-Brass Early Hawken Buttplate - Buttplates

14815-Brass Early Hawken Buttplate

Brass Early Hawken plate for rifles produced pre-1840. H=4-3/4" W=1-3/8" CL=2-1/4" CH=3/8.

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19730 - John Bivens - Brass - Buttplates

19730 - John Bivens - Brass

The buttplate designed and used by John Bivins from the set of furniture for the 1770Lancaster Bicentennial rifle. Matches guard #19750 and thimble set #19770. H= 5 W= 2 CL= 2-1/8

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19740 - John Bivens - Steel - Buttplates

19740 - John Bivens - Steel

Buttplate designed and used by John Bivens. H=5" W=2" CL=2-1/8"

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19890 - German Jaeger - Brass - Buttplates

19890 - German Jaeger - Brass

About 1740 when German immigrant gunsmiths were making an appearance in America, Jaeger rifles made their debut. These were short, thick, rifled bore hunting guns. Their style had dramatic influence on ours. This plate has been made to provide the basic form upon which several other styles can also be filed. 1740-1770 era. H= 5 W= 2 CL= 6 Matched set to guard #22290

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