#1723, 10ga, 31 1/4 inch barrel, 3 inch chamber, nickel frame, "white" damascus barrel, steel butt plate, hard wood stock & fore arm, "side cocking" action much like later Remington models, 1880's.
Between 1877 & 1895 there were 3 companies with the name, "American Arms Co", in Boston. All were owned by George H. Fox. Obviously suffered from financing problems. Probably one of the rarer single shots. Very well made.
Condition: Bore is bright with some black powder oxidation right in front of the chamber, metal has been lightly cleaned, 80% nickel on frame, dark walnut is in sound & un-cracked condition, excellent mechanically, excellent marks.