Gentleman's Double Barrel Traveling Pistol
A very good, gentleman's double barrel percussion traveling pistol by Child of 230 Strand, London, circa 1850. The solid walnut full stock with chequered grip ( two small compression marks to chequering )is in ...
Gentleman's Percussion Overcoat Pistol
A very fine percussion gentleman's overcoat pistol by Smith of London, circa 1860. Eight inches over all with a three and a half inch Damascus , rifled turn-off barrel. The barrel with unusual inlayed silver compass design forend sight, The excell...
Gentlemen's Percussion Traveling Pistol
A good gentlemen's percussion traveling pistol circa 1850. Walnut full stock with chequered grip. The 4 inch barrel retaining much of the original browning with stirrup ramrod, 9 inches over all. The action is good and the lock showing no rustin...
Irish pistol by Kavanagh of Dublin
A top quality percussion travelers pistol by Kavanagh of Dublin, circa 1860. A superbly engraved engraved lock and mounts, 13 inches over all with a 7.75 inch, browned barrel and ramrod. The 3/4 walnut stock with crisp chequered grip and horn fo...
Percussion pocket pistol by Richardson of Edinburgh
A very good example of a mid 19th century percussion pocket pistol by Richardson of Edinburgh. An over all length of 6.5 inches, with fine chequered walnut grip and silver escutcheon. The steel framed box lock action is finely engraved and signe...
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