Because I started a thread earlier about this rifle before I physically had it in hand. Came out of the museum in Gettysburg and got it at auction. Still has the museum number in a small patch of white paint under the trigger guard. Coming out of a museum (who I think polished the brass somewhat) I'd like to think it hasn't been grubbed up by reenactors or private owners shooting it for the last few decades. The bayo I found separately and the scabbard is unfortunately not in great shape. It's also inspection stamped BH just like the rifle.