An English Rifled Flintlock Holster pistol converted to Percussion, circa 1820; plain octagonal barrel, half stocked with chequered bag shaped grip barrel length 9', Cal.40; made for the Eastern market good working order note: no Licence required WA
An English rifled flintlock holster pistol converted to percussion, circa 1820; fine Damascus barrel, engraved hammer and lock by Theop Murcott-a well known London maker barrel length 10.5 inches, Cal.55 high quality pistol made for the Eastern market, old
Pair of antique large percussion pistols by J. Dickson and Son of Edinburgh. Modelled on contemporary pistols, approx 41c overall with 22.5cm round barrels of 11 bore. Complete with their captive ramrods
Good cased pair of antique pistols by Wogdon of London, converted from flint lock to percussion during their working life. Each is 39.5cm overall with 25cm octagonal barrel of about 22 bore. Full stock with engraved steel furniture. Cased with a brass cap
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