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    Rare Pair of Consecutively Numbered and Factory Engraved Williamson Single-Shot Derringers. Comprising serial numbers 1418 and 1410. .41 rimfire caliber [and percussion insert adapters in both guns], 2 1/2-inch barrels. Both derringers have factory engraved silver-plated barrels and factory engraved and gilt finished frames and triggerguards. Varnished checkered walnut stocks with bird's head grips. Condition: Both are very good to fine. Barrels retaining most of the original silver finish, now with dark patina and minor scattered flaking. Brass elements showing light traces of gilt finish. Stocks with hairline crack repairs but professionally done and barely noticeable. Actions are both excellent. Percussion shell inserts are both present and in excellent condition.

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    June, 2013
    9th Sunday
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