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|Depending on condition that is a reasonable price. You may wish to look at gunbroker.com, thehorsesoldier, or sharpsburg arsenel for some comparison.
Just because it is from near Gettysburg should not be a consideration with out solid providence of a Gettysburg connection. Many weapons were sold as surplus, and many were assembled from parts. Depending on the type of ignition it could be a modified flint lock which could well have seen civil war service. If you can post pictures I or several other board members can probably give a better opinion.