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    Fine Quality French/ Belgian .52 Caliber Smooth Bore Percussion Dueling Pistol, Circa 1840. All metal smooth and gray, the 8.5" octagonal barrel retaining 90% of the original damascene finish. The barrel exhibits Belgian proofs at the side of the breech. All iron furniture, with the hammer, lockplate, trigger guard finial, and bow, sideplate, butt cap and barrel tang all profusely engraved with floral, scroll and classical motifs. Adjustable trigger, mechanically perfect. French walnut stock excellent with finely checkered grip, relief carved with leaves at the base of the butt, and profuse shell carving at the tip of the fore stock. Nice gun exhibiting excellent workmanship.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2009
    12th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 7
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