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Just my opinion:

Keep in mind that "antique" in the USA is not the same "antique" in other countries. BATFE defines an antique firearm as being built before 1899. Russia, on the other hand, defines antique as anything over 50 years old.

On your part, you should be able to just write "antique" on the customs form, which should satisfy the USA side of things.

On the recieving end, the laws may well be different. Especially in such a gun-hating country like Great Britain. You may want to look up the British definition of firearms. I do not even know if the British recognize ANY firearm as an exception to their laws, regarless of age.
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