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    Unmarked European Swivel Breech Over and Under Flintlock Pistol. .54 caliber, 6 1/2-inch octagonal to round barrels with molded bands at midpoint. Brass front sights. Unmarked lock mechanism. Figured walnut stock with engraved brass furniture featuring multiple flag and drum panoplies. Ornate pommel cap. Stock marked: S/7/91/15 near tang. Wooden ramrod. Overall length: 13-inches.
    Condition: Good as configured. Metal cleaned, showing grey patina with scattered pitting. Barrels appeared to have been shortened. Stock with blemishes, repairs and a few minor losses. Parts of stock and ramrod possibly replaced when barrels were shortened. Light surface rust present. Replaced screws. Action a bit loose but mechanically sound.


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    Auction Dates
    Apr-May, 2012
    30th-1st Monday-Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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