24 May 2006
A FRENCH REGULATION FLINTLOCK DRAGON OFFICER'S PISTOL, MODEL 1767, NON-ARSENAL CIVIL MANUFACTURE
With 8 3/8in barrel retained by a brass muzzle band, plain lock signed 'GD à Charleville', walnut stock, full brass mounts, and original iron ramrod.
The Steiner Collection (Besançon)
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See J Boudriot, Le Pistolet d'Officier de Dragons 1767, G.d.A., No. 78; and M. Raso, Les Pistolets Réglementaires Français, G.d.A., No. 200
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