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A very good French Model 1822 military flintlock pistol converted to percussion circa 1856. The metalwork is to a grey patina and the gun has brass furniture. It has well marked wood with a good patina. Barrel length 8in. Overall length 14½in. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4792
A 13 bore Belgian flintlock Sea Service flintlock pistol. The metalwork is to a dark patina. There are a couple of slivers of wood missing from the fore end and also a couple of age cracks to the stock. The gun has brass furniture and has a nice patina to the wood. Barrel length 9in. Overall length 15in. Good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. HC1
A very good flintlock blunderbuss pistol by Twigg with brass octagonal to round barrel. It has a few small knocks to the barrel, but has good brass furniture and a nice clean lock. The wood has been cleaned and probably expertly re-varnished. The pistol has a nice ram rod but could be a possible replacement. Barrel length 8in. Overall 14in. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4782
A double barrelled 25 bore back action lock percussion pistol by Rigby. The pistol has double platinum lines to the breech with platinum vents. There is a little pitting to the barrels and the steel parts have some wear and pitting. The wood is good with fine chequering to the stock. There are a few small knocks to the fore end and a small split from one escutcheon. The back strap is inscribed "Capt. Ward, X Hussars" Barrel length 4in. Overall 10in. Good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 4788
A pair of percussion pistols of carbine bore, circa 1830 by Simmons. The guns have Damascus octagonal barrels and gold lined engraved breeches. The wood is very good with a few minor knocks,vacant silver escutcheons and horn tipped ram rods. Barrels 7in. Overall length 12½ in. Very good working order and fine condition.
Stock No. 4761
A William 4th New Land Pattern flintlock pistol by Bond. This pistol is marked ‘Pleide’ to the trigger guard.(We believe the Pleide was a mail packet steamer operating along the African coast) This is a nice clean 10 bore pistol, London prooved with very good wood with one or two minor knocks and a good patina. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4725
A very good 32 bore Officers/target pistol by D. Egg. It has a good heavy barrel with captive rammer. The pistol has a butt trap, set trigger and double platinum lined breech with platinum plug. There is some original brown to the barrel and one small patch of light pitting. It has very good wood, retaining much original varnish, the other metal work is to a dark patina. Also it has a silver escutcheon and fore-end cap. Barrel length 8in. Overall length 13in.
Stock No. 4679
A 26 bore double barrelled pistol, un-named. It has Damascus barrels, a captive rammer and back action locks. It has a sprung bayonet to the top of the barrels and has good wood retaining some original varnish with minor knocks. Good working order and condition Barrels 6Â½in. in length Overall length 12in.
Stock No. 4693
A 54 bore double barrelled side by side boxlock flintlock pistol by J. & W. Richards. The gun has a sliding trigger guard safety, and a single cock with sliding cover to pan. It is London prooved and has very sharp metal to a grey finish. The pistol has a silver butt cap with hall marks for 1812 and silver maker's mark of William Freeth. (J. & W. Richards are recorded working at Staining Lane between 1808 and 1810) Very good working order and condition. Barrel group 4in. Overall length 10½in.
Stock No. 4684
A good 11 bore flintlock officer's pistol by Mortimer. The pistol has an octagonal Damascus barrel that has been re-browned and nice clean wood with one or two minor knocks. There is a very small split between the lock retaining screw and the barrel on the left hand side. It has very light pepper pitting to trigger guard and a roller frizzen. Barrel length 9in. Overall length 15in. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4676
A very rare Board of Ordnance Contract of 1813 military flintlock
pistol. These pistols were manufactured in very small quantities and most
were supplied to Indians along the Canadian border to fight the Americans.
This one was supplied by Morris H.M. & Co. who supplied between 200 and
300 guns. This is a very rare survivor and is in very good condition - a
must-have for the collector of British Military pistols. Comes complete
with associated articles and a letter from de Witt Bailey.
Stock No. 4642
A very good New Land flintlock service pistol dated 1800. The gun is marked Crown GR and Tower to lock and retains 10-15% original finish to barrel. It has good, un-scrubbed wood with minor storage knocks. There is an almost invisible repaired crack to the underside of the fore end where the ram rod enters the stock. The gun appears to be basically un-issued.
Stock No. 4424
A very fine pair of 16 bore "manstopper" overcoat percussion pistols by Fyfe of Greenock. This is a very crisp and sharp pair of pistols. The metal is to a dark patina and there are traces of case colour to the action and hammers. They have very good slab sided butts with a few minor knocks. Overall length 9½in. Barrel length 3¾in.
Stock No. 4555
A 22 bore turnoff Queen Anne flintlock pistol, circa 1750, by Barbar. The pistol has a grotesque silver butt cap and pierced silver side plates. The wood is good with one or two minor knocks. It has nice clean metal which is to a dark patina. The canon barrel is frozen. Good working order and condition. Overall length: 11in. Barrel length: 6in.
Stock No. 4501
A very fine New Land pattern flintlock service pistol in un-issued condition. The barrel retains nearly all its original brown and there is a crown GR and Tower to the lock. The gun has very fine unscrubbed wood dated 1800. There is a very old, small chip below the lock and an almost invisible repaired crack to the fore-end where the ramrod enters the wood. The gun has the usual minor storage knocks. Very good working order and fine condition.
Stock No. 4423
A Scandinavian military 13 bore percussion pistol converted from flintlock. This gun has, unusually, British proof marks. The metal is to a dark patina and there is a repaired crack on the right hand side of the fore-end above the lock and the usual crack on the left hand side from the rear screw to barrel. Good working order. Barrel length 8in. Overall 14in.
Stock No. 4375
A very good Crown VR 1858 Tower percussion rifled .577 Lancer pistol. The gun has very good wood with the usual issue knocks and scratches. There is a small loss to the rear of the lock. The backstrap to grip is cut for a shoulder stock and is marked AWEYC16. The metalwork is to a dark patina with one or two very small patches of pitting. Fair rifling to bore.
Stock No. 4299
A very fine Heavy Dragoon flintlock pistol by Abbey in sleepy condition. Storekeeper's marks to side of trigger guard and to ramrod channel and what appears to be the original ramrod. The pistol has very good wood to stock with a small sliver loss to right hand side of fore-end. (Very old loss) The stock is marked "1780". The pistol has fine brass furniture with no damage and the rest of the metal work is to a dark patina. A very fine example of a rare pistol.
Stock No. 4334
A very rare and massive over-under 28 bore flintlock boxlock tap action pistol by NOCK. Barrel group length 7in. Overall length 14½in. This pistol was possibly made for a shop display as it is very unusual to find one of this size. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4331
A very early naval flintlock pistol circa 1730 by David Collumbell. The pistol has all the features of an early sea service pistol: wavy sideplate, belt hook, large lobed brass buttcap, plain ram rod pipe, pointed trigger guard finial, barrel tang screw fixed through to the trigger guard, single screw on lock tail, shallow unbridled pan, trefoil frizzen spring finial, ridge on frizzen arm and swamped barrel.Overall length 14in. barrel length 8in. The gun is in very good working order and condition, with good wood. (David Collumbell apprentice to Gerrett Johnson in 1712. Gunmaker, King Street, Westminster. Allowed to prove guns by Gun Makers Company 1730. Allowed to bind apprentices in Gun Makers Company 1734-56. Parliament Street, Westminster, 1763. Gunmaker to Ordnance 1756. East India Company 1761)
Stock No. 4190
A pair of fine 17 bore back action lock-off pistols with swivel ramrods by NOCK retaining most original finish and varnish to wood. A few minor handling knocks to wood and small loss of finish to one trigger guard.
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Stock No. 3089