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H5568 Rifle, Centre fire, short, Henry, Great Britain, 1877 (OF). Henry's Patent breech loading rifle marked 1877 N.A. & Co. Ltd.(SB).. Click to enlarge.

Rifle, Centre fire, short, Henry, Great Britain, 1877 (OF). Henry’s Patent breech loading rifle marked 1877 N.A. & Co. Ltd.(SB).

Made 1877

Rifle, Centre fire, short, Henry, Great Britain, 1877 (OF). Henry’s Patent breech loading rifle marked 1877 N.A. & Co. Ltd.(SB).

Summary

Object No.

H5568

Object Statement

Rifle, Centre fire, short, Henry, Great Britain, 1877 (OF). Henry's Patent breech loading rifle marked 1877 N.A. & Co. Ltd.(SB).

Physical Description

Rifle, Centre fire, short, Henry, Great Britain, 1877 (OF). Henry's Patent breech loading rifle marked 1877 N.A. & Co. Ltd.(SB).

Dimensions

Depth

1220 mm

Production

Made

1877

Source

Credit Line

Source unknown

Acquisition Date

20 September 1955

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Harvard

Rifle, Centre fire, short, Henry, Great Britain, 1877 (OF). Henry's Patent breech loading rifle marked 1877 N.A. & Co. Ltd.(SB). 2015, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 23 February 2019, <https://ma.as/243690>

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