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    German Single-Shot Percussion Salon Pistol by Stiegele, Munchen. Unserialized. .22 caliber, 7 5/8-inch octagonal barrel, the top flat marked: Stiegele jun Munchen. Dovetailed front and rear sights. Blued finish. Figurally engraved hammer, probably a dolphin. Adjustable trigger. Engraved spurred triggerguard and lower tangs. Fluted walnut stock with engraved steel pommel cap. Condition: Good as configured. Barrel retaining traces of blue finish mixed with grey patina. Safety assembly removed, leaving hole in frame. Wood with light wear and minor blemishes. Action good. From the Michael Yeck Collection.


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