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A cased pair of percussion duelling pistols by Wilson, London, converted from flintlock by drum and nipple. They have 10 inch barrels with gold lined breech. The barrels are to a dark brown and locks and trigger guards to a dark patina. One lock has damage to the safety catch. They have set triggers. The wood work to both pistols retains much original varnish and both pistols have some knocks to rear of stock. They are contained in a good, original box that could do with a little work. With a little work and a few accessories this would make a nice looking set. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5165
A cased double barrelled 7mm pinfire pistol by Murcot. The pistol appears virtually unfired, with all the original charcoal blue to the Birmingham prooved barrels. There is some fading to the action body. The trigger guard retains all itís original blue. The gun has a very finely chequered walnut butt with silver escutcheon. It is contained in itís original mahogany case with original manufacturerís trade label to the lid and is complete with screwdriver, oil bottle and box key. Barrel length of gun 4Ĺin. Overall length of gun 9ľ in. This is a very unusual set in very good condition.
Stock No. 5138
A cased 80 bore 4th Model Tranter percussion revolver, with a full complement of accessories. The pistol retains a high proportion of original finish with the cylinder fading to a dark patina. The pistol has finely chequered grips with one or two small knocks. There is light frosting to the bore. It is contained in itís original mahogany box, and the hinges have probably been replaced. There is a sliver of wood missing from the edge of the internal partition. The accessories include a good 80 bore flask by Hawksley, an oil bottle, probably a replacement, matching nipple key and turnscrew, possibly high quality replacements. There is also a very good original mould, an original Tranter bullet tin, lubricating composition tin and an Eley cap tin with original Tranter label to the side. This is a nice example of a 4th Model double action Tranter revolver. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5086
A cased 120 bore double action percussion revolver by Hart. The gun retains 40% blue to frame and cylinder, fading to brown and it has good wood grips. The case is lined in red velvet and contains a mould, a flask and a cap tin. The case is missing itís key escutcheon.
Stock No. 5013
A cased .32 rimfire revolver by Trulock and Harris, Dublin. The gun retains a high percentage of original finish fading to brown. The wooden chequered butt is undamaged. It is contained in a good original oak box with itís original cleaning rod and oil bottle. The lid escutcheon and key hole escutcheon are missing and there is a chip to the left hand side of lid.
Stock No. 5031
A cased 120 bore six shot pepperbox revolver by Boston of Wakefield. The gun is un-marked but with original trade label to lid of case. The gun retains almost all original case hardening colours and varnish to grips. It is contained in a good mahogany box which has a small old split to the lid. The powder flask has a damaged top. Fluted barrel group 3in. in length and overall 7½in. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4585