Antique Guns

Napoleonic period .65 East India Company flintlock cavalry pistol, dated 1811. 15 in. overall, barrel 9 in with London proofs. Walnut fullstock, with regulation brass mounts and captive stirrup ramrod. Barrel to a silver steel finish with some pit...
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65in. Georgian flintlock cavalry pistol. 15. 3/4in. overall, barrel 9. 7/8 in with Birmingham proofs also stamped with a Georgian crown on the lock. Crisp action, walnut fullstock, with regulation brass mounts and original/ correct all steel ramro...
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1860 Dated Tower .577 3-band Enfield rifle.  54 in overall length., round steel barrel 38.3/4in.  Barrel to a mottled grey/ brown patina with worn proof marks at the breach and open sight.  Original ramrod slung ...
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A superb .54-bore double-barrel, tap-action, brass framed flintlock pistol by S Rawlins & Co, circa 1790. Overall length 5.1/4in., round steel barrels approx. 1.3/4in.  Steel barrels to pleasing shiny grey&...
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A .45 boxlock, screw-off flintlock travelling pistol by Ketland & Co, circa 1790. Overall length approx 7.1/2 in., round steel barrel approx. 2.1/2 in.  Barrel to a pleasing grey/ brown patina with a f...
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A 6-shot approx. .400 self cocking bar hammer transitional percussion revolver, 12.1/2 in. overall, barrel 6 in., Birmingham proofs, but unfortunately no makers name.  2-piece chequered wooden grips, foliate...
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An 1841 French naval percussion belt pistol, 12 in long overall, shiny round steel barrel approx 6 in.  Captive steel rammer, lock, side plate, belt hook, trigger and lanyard ring also to shiny steel finish.  Integral barrel band, butt c...
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Unnamed percussion boxlock pocket pistol, circa 1840.  Overall length 6ins, turn-off round steel barrel approx. 1.3/4 ins.  Steel furniture to silver/ grey mottled brown patina with light surgace pitting in places.  Birmin...

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