Here's a wonderful Bedford County Rifle that needs a little TLC to bring out its full potential. Most likely fashioned by Peter White, This gun has everything you would want in a Bedford County Rifle. Slim and delicate tendril carving on the cheek-piece, long and slender barrel (shortened about 5"), fine molding the full length of the fore-end and wonderful work bordering each silver inlay about the barrel keys. It shows a wonderful, classic patch-box with bow & arrow motifs and is adorned with additional inlays about the wood, all in silver and highlighted by a magnificent inlay on the cheek-piece that appears to be a commemoration to George Washington. There are the usual cracks and splits (minimal) that need to be addressed and there appears to be a dab of putty here and there to fill in some dents and gouges to the wood, but all in all, this is a really, really nice gun. THIS GUN IS UNTOUCHED AND STRAIGHT OUT OF THE WOODS !