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    English Flintlock Pistol by I. Waren.
    Approximately .55 caliber, 3 1/4-inch two stage barrel with engraving near breech and upper tang. Hardwood stock with lightly figured tang/wrist area. Lockplate lightly engraved and marked I. / WAREN. [crown] over P and [crown] over V. Engraved brass furniture.

    Condition: Fair to good. Grey patina to metal parts including areas of pitting. Stock with dents, bruising and mars. Repair/crack near forearm. No flint. Marred screws. Action good. Bore dark.


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    Auction Dates
    December, 2017
    10th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 15
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