Fri, 10th Dec 2021 11:00

Medals, Militaria & Country Pursuits

 
Lot 212
 

Sold for £1,250


Lot details

An unusual 18th century flintlock pocket pistol, the 6cm Queen Anne turn-off steel barrel marked to the breech with a crown over IW, having an unmarked lock and turned steel trigger with no guard, the figured walnut frame with brass mount, 19cm.

Condition report

The action holds on half and full cock.

The barrel comes off.

Proof mark appears to have a G under crown.

Condition reports must be considered as a matter of opinion and not fact.

 

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