A Pair Of 16-Bore Flintlock Pistols
A Pair Of 16-Bore Flintlock Pistols

BY SAMUEL NOCK, LONDON, EARLY 19TH CENTURY

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A Pair Of 16-Bore Flintlock Pistols
By Samuel Nock, London, early 19th Century
With browned twist octagonal sighted barrels each engraved 'Gun-Maker to his Majesty.' along the top flat, case-hardened patent breeches each with gold-lined maker's stamp, gold line and platinum-lined touch-hole, case-hardened tangs each incorporating a back-sight and engraved with a trophy of arms and foliage, case-hardened signed flat bevelled locks each engraved with two further trophies of arms and foliage, and each with 'French' cock, semi-rainproof pan, roller, safety-catch and stepped tail, figured walnut full stocks (minor damage), chequered butts, engraved blued steel mounts including trigger-plates with pineapple finials, original horn-tipped ramrods each with worm, and much original finish
12in. (31.7cm.) (2)
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