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A lot of three continental percussion pistols
Comprising: 1) French Model AN 9 gendarmerie pistol converted to percussion; 5 inch .62 caliber barrel with...
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A lot of three continental percussion pistols
1) French Model AN 9 gendarmerie pistol converted to percussion; 5 inch .62 caliber barrel with model designation on tang; lock with faint armory marks; iron furniture; walnut ... [more like this]
TWO PERCUSSION PISTOLS AND A FLINTLOCK PISTOL
Two continental percussion pistols for the African trade, and a shortened flintlock pistol, probably Turkish, with white metal long-eared butt cap. 13 1/2 in., 13 3/4 in. ... [more like this]
A lot of two continental percussion pistols
and a powder horn
Comprising: 1) Example circa 1830-40, 8 1/2 inch octagonal Damascus barrel in .48 caliber, worn maker's mark on breech, silver-banded breech, engraved lock, ... [more like this]
MATCHED PAIR OF CONTINENTAL PERCUSSION PISTOLS Mid-19th
CenturyApprox. .69 cal. Lock plates engraved with foliate designs. Back of stocks with silver shield-form inlay. Silver trigger guards. Checkered grips. Finish worn to dull ... [more like this]
PAIR OF CONTINENTAL PERCUSSION PISTOLS Mid-19th
CenturyApprox. .58 cal. Metal components engraved with floral and scroll designs. Chip-carved stocks with silver shield-form inlay behind hammers. Length of barrels 4.25."ConditionOne ... [more like this]
3 DOUBLE BARREL EUROPEAN PERCUSSION PISTOLS:
3 guns total circa mid 19th century, similar in shape, one slightly larger than the other two. Largest with approx. .44 caliber 4 3/4'' octagonal barrels, overall 9'' long.CONDITION: ... [more like this]
Philadelphia Coat Pistol by Constable.
Overall length: 6”. Barrel length: 2”. English screw barrel percussion muff pistol marked “Constable Philadelphia”. Richard Constable, successor to William Booth, ... [more like this]
CASED PAIR EUROPEAN PERCUSSION TARGET PISTOLS.
Cal 60. NSN. 7-3/8" oct bbls. No visible markings except a recently stamped "S" on top of each bbl. The case has been recently adapted to these pistols with a new purple velvet ... [more like this]
Philadelphia Case Pistol by R. Constable.
Description Overall length: 16”. Barrel length: 10”. Checkered wrist and fancy trigger guard. Nicely engraved lock and tang. Richard Constable, successor to William Booth, ... [more like this]
Pr 19th c four-barrel pistols: A pair of
mid 19th century European four-barrel Percussion pistols. All-iron construction, each is engraved with horn and foliate designs, having four grooved barrels that swivel, and ... [more like this]
Three Continental flintlock and percussion
comprising two flintlocks and one percussion, late 18th and early 19th century, with added decoration characteristic of Southeastern Europe or the Caucasus ... [more like this]
TWO PERCUSSION PISTOLS. European, 19th century.
Both have carved wooden grips. A double barrel model with 3" Damascus barrels and engraved dogs on the frame, 8"l., and one with a 4 1/2" barrel with spring bayonet and scroll ... [more like this]
PAIR OF PERCUSSION PISTOLS. European, 19th
century. Octagonal 3 1/2" Damascus wire twist barrels and scrolled engraving on the locks. Carved grips. Minor nicks on barrels. 8 1/2"l. ... [more like this]
PAIR OF EUROPEAN CAVALRY PERCUSSION PISTOLS
60 cal. Part octagonal, part round barrels. Length of barrels 7½." ... [more like this]
A lot of two unmarked continental boxlock
The first with 3 inch octagonal .42 caliber barrel, the second with 2 3/4 inch side-by-side .36 caliber barrels. Walnut grips.
Condition: The first very ... [more like this]
TWO PERCUSSION PISTOLS. Continental 1st
half-19th century. Single shots with engraved details and hidden triggers. Sash pistol .38 caliber octagonal Damascus barrel. Fluted wooden grip. 6''l. overall. And a ''muff'' ... [more like this]
PAIR OF PERCUSSION PISTOLS. European 1st
half-19th century. Octagonal damascus barrel engraved lock plates with marks ''ELG'' and ''46'' with crowned ''AF''. Hidden spur triggers. Figured wood grips. 8''l. overall. ... [more like this]
PAIR OF PERCUSSION PISTOLS. American or
European 19th century. .70 caliber 6'' octagonal barrels with damascus finish case-hardened finish on the locks and hammers figured walnut stocks. Retain better ... [more like this]
Pr 19th c four A pair of mid 19th century
European four-barrel Percussion pistols. All-iron construction, each is engraved with horn and foliate designs, having four grooved barrels that swivel, and two hammers, approximately ... [more like this]
Pair of Limerick marked Irish Percussion
Pocket Pistols: S A handsome pair of percussion pocket pistols, with outside hammers and rammers, by Bond, marked Limerick, in Ireland. Bond was a well-known English gun ... [more like this]
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