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    Early Rockola I-cut highwood stock,vert RMC

    I have a very early I cut highwood Rockola stock with the vertical RMC in slingwell. it came with an early inland butt plate. No cartouche that I can see ( my eyes are bad) and it has AAY on left side but not too deep. The stock is very solid, beautiful grain. How rare are these vertical stamped stocks ? What serial number range were they used in ? And is it possible that in early Inland butt plate was used by Rock ? What would the value be on this ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by phillydude View Post
    I have a very early I cut highwood Rockola stock with the vertical RMC in slingwell. it came with an early inland butt plate. No cartouche that I can see ( my eyes are bad) and it has AAY on left side but not too deep. The stock is very solid, beautiful grain. How rare are these vertical stamped stocks ? What serial number range were they used in ? And is it possible that in early Inland butt plate was used by Rock ? What would the value be on this ?
    Not sure how to post pics from the Tapatalk app.
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    Is the rebuild marking plain or serifed font? Is the band usage type 1 or 2

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    Has serifs, the two A's are not deep, the Y is slightly deeper. Stock has only type 1 band mark,



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    Hey i figured out how to get pics on here
    the reason I carry a gun is because a cop is too heavy

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