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    Iron Mounted British Flintlock Holster Pistol C. 1760. 14" overall, with 8" stepped, .67 caliber smoothbore, round barrel bearing three proof marks and a blade front sight. Iron mounts include open side plate, butt cap with ascending straps, trigger guard, ramrod pipes, unengraved wrist escutcheon and ramrod cap. Round convex face lock, marked "Barbar" with reinforced pan and the touch hole showing period rebushing. Dark walnut stock. The front underside of the lock with several small but poorly executed old wood repairs. minor sliver at right forend. Metal with nice patina and some very old scattered salt and peppering. Nice representative. completely original, British flintlock holster pistol from the period of the French & Indian War and the American Revolution warranting some minor but competent restoration.

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    November, 2011
    12th Saturday
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