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    Cased Pair of European Acier Fondu Double Barrel Pinfire Pistols.
    Serial no's. 1942 and 1943, .44 caliber, 3 1/2-inch damascus barrels marked: ACIER FONDU. Elaborately scroll and floral engraved frames. Folding triggers. Scroll and grooved carved grips. Contained in wrapped display case with blank brass escutcheon a top lid, red felt lining, with tools and key.

    Condition: Fine. Each retaining 70% plus finish, with scattered light handling wear and fine patches of pitting. Small scuffs and dings to grips. Action crisp. Lightly pitted bores. Normal age and storage wear to case, with some interior staining.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2018
    10th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 15
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