I found this dandy group over the holiday weekend from a collector friend. This Spencer Repeating Carbine is in very good to fine condition and in the 33XXX range. It retains a nice, brown patina on the barrel and silvered out case on its frame. The wood is very good with 2 strong cartouches. This group was in an auction several years ago and the auction flyer accompanies the group along with a very detailed notarized letter of provenance. It is accompanied by the Atstot family bible, Atstot's original discharge papers, several cerificates and documents from the Bureau of Pensions to Otstot, numerous legal documents of Atstots, his fathers powder horn with the name "Atstot" carved on the plug, numerous rules, registers, and pamphlets of Otstot's GAR Post, an unfired Spencer cartridge, all of which are noted in the notarization document. All of his military records from the National Archives are also included. Otstot mustered into service on 10/9/61 into the 44th Ohio Infantry which later was designated the 8th Ohio Cavalry, and re-enlisted as a veteran on 1/5/64. He was discharged in July of '65. """" NOTE; Otstots muster sheet dated July 30, 1865 remarks; Vet: Stop for one Spencer Carbine & accoutrements retained ($10) ten dollars.