Pennsylvania full stock flintlock long rifle
, approximately .60 caliber, possibly an 1807 contract rifle by Jacob Dickert, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, with a tiger maple stock, a simple brass patch box, a buttplate, and a trigger guard, the lock inscribed Dreppert
, 38'' heavy octagonal rifled barrel.
The stock is attached to the barrel by 3 pins. There is a 1" x 1/4" piece of wood missing behind the cock and a 2" crack through the side plate on the left side. The lock functions correctly. Purchasers of firearms must comply with all state and federal regulations governing their purchase, registration and transportation.