France - Manufacture Royale de Maubeuge - réglementaire 1822 T - Cavalry - Percussion - Pistol - 17,6

Description
France - Manufacture Royale de Maubeuge - réglementaire 1822 T - Cavalry - Percussion - Pistol - 17,6
Excellent - 1826 - Barrel is Smoothbore

Regulatory pistol model 1822 T - Manufacture Royale de Maubeuge - made in the period 1826-1836 - completely original, with its model T rod.

- lock is perfectly functional with loaded and half-loaded positions holding perfectly - very clear percussion.
- single number 697 on the barrel/wood/rod
- hallmark B (Blanchart) and M on the barrel
- all the parts were originally punched by Levent (1828-1836) and Dombret (1826-1836)

regulatory pistol, with the signs and scratches from wear, in its patina, with the marks of its almost 200 years, a small crack that does not affect its solidity (see photos of grip) but still in lovely working and aesthetic condition (see photos). Model T is uncommon, completely original and complete.

very nice collectable from the July Monarchy period

shipped with signature required upon receipt with insured value.

Lot details
Country of manufacture
France
Manufacturer/ Maker
Manufacture Royale de Maubeuge
Model
réglementaire 1822 T
Weapon Type
Pistol
Firing mechanism
Percussion
Sub-type
Cavalry
Caliber
17,6
Condition
Excellent
Year of Manufacture
1826
Barrel Rifling
Barrel is Smoothbore
Overall Length
360 mm
Barrel/ blade length
200 mm
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