NSN. Circa 1800. 46 caliber with a 4 ½” barrel. This metal has been cleaned. Grips are very good.
Made circa 1980s. 50 caliber bores with 9 ½” barrels. The barrels are half octagon and the other half above the wood line has more of a rounded profile with flat sides. The barrels are browned. Wood is excellent and has engraved German silver mounts. The side plates even have silver wire inlay. Stocks are also carved....
Made circa 1770. 44 caliber with a 4” barrel. Very neat pair of tap action guns. Metal has been cleaned. Both guns are marked on the left hand side of the frame “Twigg” and “London” on right hand side. Both guns have Flip Bayonets
Made circa 1750. 1 ½” bore with a 9” barrel. Very fine large example of a Migulet blunderbuss pistol. This gun is in the classic ripol style. The wood has extensive brass inlays that consists of scrolls with birds, flowers and along with grotesque faces. Small brass tacks also adorn the wood. We believe this gun has a chance of being Mexican because of the themes of the...
Made circa 1790 – 1800. 65 Caliber with a 8 ½” barrel. Very fine gun with a brass barrel and brass furniture. Stock is nicely carved around the tang.
Unmarked flintlock pistols, but most likely French. They have long eared buttcaps, fine carved stocks with raised carving around trigger guards, gold decoration on the 5 1/2" barrels. Measures 10 1/2" overall. Elegant pair of pistols.
Made circa 1770. 1 1/8” bore with a 7 ½” barrel. Very finely made Georgian pistol with beautiful silver wire inlay grip with a grotesque mask butt. Action works well.
Made circa 1750. 75 caliber with a 8 1/3” barrel. Very fine gun with gold inlay on the barrel. Butt cap has tarnished silver remaining. Stocks are nicely carved and do have several spots that have small cracks. . Action works properly with a light main spring.
Made circa 1750. 48 caliber with a 6” barrel. This gun is beautifully decorated with lots of silver overlay and engravi9ng. Wood is expertly carved and is stained very dark, almost black. There is a repair on the grip. Butt cap has a Grotesque masque. Action works perfectly. Beautiful example of a...
SN: None. Late Type British light dragoon flintlock pistol with 9" barrel. There is a crown over G.R. on the flat lock. The barrel has Birmingham proofs at the breech. The action works perfectly and the hammer holds half and full cock. A very good example.
Box lock frame pistol by B&M Redfern. Cock has a sliding safety. This is a turnoff barrel pistol. Caliber is approximately .45 smooth bore. Spring bayonet activates by pulling back on the trigger guard. Frame and trigger guard engraved. The action works perfectly. This type of self defense pistol was popular and could be easily concealed. Overall very good plus condition.
Made circa 1790. 60 caliber with a 11.5” barrel. Very interesting set! Barrels have an acid etched textured barrels. Stocks are carved and have silver wire inlay. Stocks are attached on each gun with a screw through the stock. Action works well. Lock is inscribed “Gosiun / Liege”
60 caliber with a 12” barrel. Made circa 1777. This appears to be an American captured gun as the lock has purposefully had the British seal removed and the frizzen spring is a blacksmith replacement, where had it remained in the British service, the...
60 caliber with a 11.5” octagon barrel. Circa 1750. Beautiful gun in exceptional condition with a majority of the original blue on the barrel. The stock is in very good condition with normal hanflling wear and is finely carved. This gun at one time had a shoulder stock and has the receptacle attachment...
50 caliber with a 10.5 “ barrel. Very fine gun in very fine condition. Metal has an even patina with traces of the original finish. Wood is very fine with an intricately high relief carved stock.
60 caliber with a 12.5” barrel. This gun was made circa 1750. Very fine gun with an engraved barrel with gold maker sink. Wood is very fine with relief carving. Butt cap has a high relief grotesque Mask and scrolls around it.
54 caliber with a 9.5” barrel. Made circa 1770. Very well made gun. Makers name is silver inlayed on the barrel. Stock us nicely carved. This gun originally had a stock and has the provision.
Made circa 1810. 64 caliber with a 8” barrel. Very fine gun. The trigger guard has the silver hall marks. The lock has the maker’s mark “T. Richards” The side plate is and grotesque mask are high relief cast silver.
Made circa 1750. 62 caliber with a 10” barrel. Metal has a dark patina. Stock is carved. And the rear side of the grip is a brass seal.
Circa 1800.64 caliber with a 8” barrel. Very finely made German Flintlock Pistol. Lock is nicely engraved. Side plate is nicely done.