This is is an example of a two-band sergeants’ musket serving with the colonial troops in Nepal.
The barrel bears a War department inspector’s mark and an Enfield inspectors mark. The lock plate remains unmarked. The brass stock butt plate is stamped with Nepalese characters and the wooden stock bears a number of arsenal marks which were stamped, deleted and re-stamped again.
This piece has lost its polished finish like most Neplaese Arsenal weapons, overall good condition with one crack to the stock by the lock. There are carved marks in the stock.
This musket can be yours for £495 or best offer.