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A Rare 56-Bore Four-Barrel Flintlock Box-Lock "Duck's Foot" Pistol
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A Rare 56-Bore Four-Barrel Flintlock Box-Lock "Duck's Foot" Pistol

SIGNED GOODWIN & CO., LONDON, CIRCA 1810

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A Rare 56-Bore Four-Barrel Flintlock Box-Lock "Duck's Foot" Pistol
Signed Goodwin & Co., London, circa 1810
With brass turn-off barrels each struck with Co. Wicklow registration mark and numbered respectively from '1' to '4', signed brass action engraved with martial trophies, thumbpiece safety-catch also locking the steel, the pan with applied iron shield on each side, flat-sided figured walnut butt stamped with further registration mark and the number '19', shield-shaped silver escutcheon, and iron trigger-guard and belt hook, London proof marks
8¾in. (22.2cm.)
Literature
Richard Akehurst, The World of Guns, pp. 100-1 (illustrated)
Exhibited
The Game Fair, Longleat House, 1962
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VAT rate of 5% is payable on hammer price plus buyer's premium.
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