.44-90S, #3335, 34 inch octagon barrel, blue and case color finish, walnut stock and forearm, checkered pistol grips stock, tang sight, windage spirit level globe front sight, steel schnabel forearm cap.
According to "Remington Rolling Block Rifles, Carbines and Shotguns" by Roy Marcot, page 161, this rifle is 2 numbers off the Creedmoor given to George Custer by Remington in 1875 (#3333). It also states that, at the time of writing, there were only 3 known full octagon Creedmoors. As this rifle came out of an old collection outside the country, I don't know if this rifle was included in the 3 or not.
Condition: very good bore, 95% barrel blue thinning, traces of silver case color on receiver, excellent wood, excellent mechanically, excellent marks.