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A rare Irish flintlock pistol by W & J Rigby, Dublin, c.1820; .65 (carbine bore) constabulary model with tapering twist 4¾ inch barrel with full length sighting flat stamped 'DUBLIN' towards the breech, lock stamped 'RIGBY', walnut stoc

A German Military percussion pistol, circa 1850s, converted from flintlock, 41 cm

A cannon barrel flintlock pocket pistol, crica 1790s, 17 cm

An 18th century flintlock pistol, octagonal to round barrel, carved fullwood stock, all steel fittings, with ram rod, 17 cm

A pair of percussion cap pistols by S. King of London, circa 1850s, in original fitted case (missing lid) with accessories including nipple wrench, bullet mould, powder flask, balls etc. Ex museum display item hence the missing lid

A Flare pistol by Sklar of San Francisco, 20th century, 27 cm

A Flare pistol, British World War II period with extended barrel and 2 piece checker grip, 43 cm

A 19th century English pepper pot pistol, the six shot revolving barrel of 3 inch length, the overhead steel hammer holding the percussion caps, scroll engraved detail, walnut grips. The mechanism working. No licence required

A percussion cap pocket pistol, circa 1850, 19 cm, Provenance: Property originally of Thomas Scott (1800-1855), Mt Morriston Tasmania,

A flintlock pocket pistol by Henry Nock of London, circa 1800, 15 cm, Provenance: Property originally of Thomas Scott (1800-1855), Mt Morriston Tasmania,

A pair of flintlock pocket pistols by McLauchlan of Edinburgh, circa 1800, 18 cm, Provenance: Property originally of Thomas Scott (1800-1855), Mt Morriston Tasmania,

A pair of flintlock pocket pistols with attached spike bayonets by Bradney of London, circa 1800, 19.5 cm, Provenance: Property originally of Thomas Scott (1800-1855), Mt Morriston Tasmania,

Antique percussion pocket pistol, drop down trigger, stamped LEG, totla 19 cm long

Antique French double barrell percussion pocket pistol, screw off barrels, drop down triggers, total length 17 cm

Antique 18th century flinlock pocket pistol, destressed cequered grip, screw off barrel,drop down trigger, 15 cm long

Percussion pocket pistol, screw off barrel, walnut grip, totla length 18 cm

Antique French percussion pocket pistol, drop down trigger, 17.5 cm long

Antique double barrel percussion pistol, total length 18 cm

Nice antique percussion double barrel pocket pistol, engraved decoration, drop down triggers, stell butt guard. Total length 19 cm

Pair of 18th century flintlock pocket pistols, drop down triggers, screw off barrels, carved walnut grips

An antique percussion cap pistol, with simple walnut stock and turn-off barrel. No firearms licence required

A c.1800s pocket pistol origin unknown, in poor condition, firing mechanism removed & later decorative plate installed L 19 cm, Barrel L 9 cm

A 19th century cased Westley Richards Percussion pistol octagonal steel barrel on walnut stock with fine textured grip, 31 cm overall length, fitted in original mahoghany box still with powder flask, cleaning rod and four shot rounds

A pair of canon barrel English pocket pistols by Jackson of Nottingham, circa 1840. 15.5 cm long

French large fullstocked flintlock pistol of late 18th/early 19th century date. Approx 430mm overall 272mm barrel of 68 cal. The lock marked ''Manufacture De Versailles" The lock, barrel breech and furniture heavily chiselled with foliage, flag

British half stocked flintlock pistol by Thomas Fowler of Dubin, early 19th century date. Approx 390mm overall with 260mm octagonal barrel of damascus twist of 20 bore. Steel mounted with fine quality engraving. The lock with waterproof pan and gold lined

Pair of British fullstocked, flintlock pistols of late 18th century date. Each 377mm overall with 225mm round barrel with octagonal breech of just under 20 bore. Steel mounted, the lock, trigger guards and breech engraved. Silver lined touch hole.

British fullstocked flintlock pistol of late 18th century date. Approx 280mm overall with 157mm part round, part octagonal barrel of app, 66 cal of high quality, with two gold inlaid marks (probably Italian) engraved brass furniture.

British military single shot percussion pistol Pattern 1842 sea service, approx 282mm overall with 150mm round barrel of 54 cal. Brass mounted with steel captive ramrod and belt hook. Lock marked "1856 Tower" and with crowned V.R. cypher. Markings

British military fullstocked, lancers, percussion pistol of Pattern 1842. approx 395mm overall with 225mm round barrel brass mounted with captive steel ramrod. Lock with crowned Tower stamp, dated 1851.

British flintlock pistol by Ketland and Co of early 19th century date. Approx 300mm overall with 170mm of approx 19 bore, brass cannon barrel. Silver mounted with brass mounted wood ramrod.

British fullstocked flintlock pistol by G. Harding and Son of London, ealry 19th century date. Approx 360mm overall with approx 225mm round barrel of approx 65 cal. Engraved brass furniture, mounted wood ramrod.

Pair of Spanish migulet action flintlock pistols of 19th century date. Approx 322mm overall with 198mm part round/part octagonal steel barrels of 73 cal. Fullstocked with brass furniture and steel ramrods.

Cased pair of Forsyth and Co. of London flintlock pistols. Each pistol fullstocked in walnut with checkered grips, approx 300mm overall with 172mm octagonal barrel of damascus twist in 25 bore and with two silver inlaid lines at the breech, the locks with

British fullstocked flintlock pistol of late 18th/early 19th century date. Approx 410mm overall with 260mm part round/part octagonal barrel with overall stiplling of 68 cal. Brass furniture.

U.S. military single shot percussion pistol Model 1842, approx 358mm overal with 215mm round barrel of 56 cal.(8.½ inch barrel,14 inches overall) .Inspectors stamps on left side. Brass mounted with captive steel ramrod. Lock marked "U.S." and "

British fullstocked flintlock pistol by Hutchinson of Dublin of early 19th century date. Approx 425mm overlal with 288mm octagonal barrel of damascus twist of 16 bore. Steel mounted with engraved triggerguard, buttcap etc. The lock with gold lined waterpro

A 19th century double barrel percussion pistol, 4 3/4 inch under and over barrels with hinged ramrod, one piece checkered walnut grip. No licence required. Length 25 cm

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