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    Converted Dog Lock Percussion Pistol.
    Approximately .69 caliber, 9 3/4-inch round barrel with brass blade front and notched steel rear sights. Breech marked with London proof marks. Knurled percussion hammer and external dog-lock-style safety. Left side of breech with numerals 596. Lock also marked with 596 and with K inspector marks. Pistol is converted from flint. Smooth hardwood stock with brass furniture including L-shaped back plate. Buttcap with partial, possibly matching numbers.

    Condition: Good. Steel surfaces a mostly smooth gray-brown patina with scattered patches of staining and fine pitting. Stock good with losses to right side of butt. Buttplate is proud to the wood.


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    Auction Dates
    December, 2014
    14th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 13
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