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    18th Century Silver Mounted British F/L Holster Pistol. 16½" overall with 10" .62 caliber smoothbore round barrel with flattened rib on the top. Absolutely the finest quality, in pristine condition. All metal smooth and clean, about mint. Barrel decorated at the breech with punched crescent moons and stars. Barrel tang and lock nicely engraved with maker Nicholson on the lock plate. Openwork silver side plate, trigger guard with acorn finial, butt cap and pierced oval wrist escutcheon all decoratively engraved. Walnut stock also about perfect with just a few very minor handling marks. Exceptionally crisp and delicate relief carved fan detail behind the tang. Retains the original ivory tipped ebony ramrod. A very pretty pistol.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2010
    11th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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