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    Underhammer Percussion Boot Pistol by D. Brown, Massachusetts. Unserialized. .36 caliber, 5 3/8-inch part round, part octagonal barrel. Tiny German silver front sight and open rear sight. Varnished walnut saw handle grips with decorative German silver strapwork and banded pommel. Underhammer and exposed trigger. Condition: Good. Metal with mottled grey patina and scattered pitting. Grips with wear and minor hairline crack on right side. Actiion good.

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    June, 2013
    9th Sunday
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