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Percussion Boxlock Pocket Pistol, Circa 1840



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.  Birmingham proved, foliate engraved steel frame, plain slab-sided walnut butt. Some knocks and dings/ age wear throughout, otherwise good overall working condition commensurate with age.

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As a 100+ year old obsolete calibre/ antique firearm no licence is required to own this item in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. NB A FIREARMS CERTIFICATE IS REQUIRED TO OWN THIS PISTOL FOR SHOOTING

NOTE: hand written age declaration required with payment via cash (insured postage please), cheque, postal order or money order.

Credit/Debit Card: Delta, Electron, JCB, Maestro, Mastercard, Pin Train, Solo, UK Maestro or VISA
We cannot accept Paypal payments for edged weapon stock.

Please call 01538 702738 to arrange payment and collection

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Weight 3 kg