An Edward London 4 bore percussion muzzle loading sporting gun, octagonal breech becoming polygonal then round smooth-bore, 33½ inch barrel marked 'Edwd. London, London Wall, London', acanthus engraved lock, trigger guard and backstrap, figured wal
A cased Alfred Clayton 12 gauge double barrel under-lever hammer gun, 30-inch barrel, browned decoratively twist patterned, engraved to the concave rib: 'A Clayton Southampton'. The signed lock plates and steel fittings engraved en suite with acan
A cased Samuel & Charles Smith double barrel percussion sporting gun for 'Imperial' caps, 29 3/8-inch barrel, browned decoratively twist patterned, engraved to the rib: 'Saml & C. Smith, Princes Street, Leicester Square, London', t
A Chinese Junkett-mount Musketoon, used in junketts in the spice or porcelain trade for protection against pirating. Mounted on either side of the boat, this gun maintains its original mount. A simple but effective design. Weight approx. 35kg, L. 125 cm
Gunner's Manual 'Instructions For 5 Inch Breech Loading Armstrong Gun', Circa 1880's with Victorian military forces ink stamp throughout and inscribed Williamstown 24-10-87. Red leather cover with gilt embossed lettering and original red cord binding. Thes
Two brass and iron scale model cannons, late 19th century/ early 20th century, one with a three stage brass barrel, the other with an iron barrel, ringed muzzle and knop cascabels, on an iron mounted stepped wood carriage with brass trucks, the brass barre
James Purdey 16 bore muzzle loading black powder shotgun, serial No. 2386, London proved Damascus barrels stamped J.P. With platinum plugs and line at breech, the barrels have been struck up ready for rebrowning with loss of address on the rib, the barrels
A fine cased scale model of an Mlr gun and Traversing platform, by R. Low, No. 244, Burrage Road, Plumstead, dated, 1868, the gun and its traversing carriage mounted on a raised decked plinth with modellers plaque and surrounded by a second gun and an arra
A cased fine quality English side by side double barrel Shotgun by P. Webley & Son, serial number 37335, mahogany stock, double triggers, and decorated with fine scrolling foliate engraving, the barrel named P. Webley & Son 78 Shaftsbury Ave, London, the g
12 Pdr Gunnade (Carronade with Trunnions), circa mid to late 19th century 4.6' Cal, nominal 12 pdr; barrel weight 450 kgs, total weight 600 kgs; 1.2 mts length; cupped muzzle as were the guns from the Carron iron foundry; entire surface pitted but stabilis
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