London, King Street-South Kensington Offsite sale
18 July 2002
A 4-BORE FLINTLOCK WALL-PIECE
By David Collumbell, London, circa 1760
With signed sighted barrel slightly belled at the muzzle and with a raised moulding at the rear of the breech, plain iron tang (screw replaced), signed flat lock, walnut full stock (cracks, bruises and repairs), plain brass mounts, brass ramrod-pipes, iron peg mount (cross-bolt replaced), and iron ramrod (iron parts with surface pitting), Tower private proof marks
53½in. (136cm.) barrel
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