France - Man. d'Armes de l'Etat - AN XIII - 1813 - Cavalry - Flintlock - Pistol - 17.1

Description
France - Man. d'Armes de l'Etat - AN XIII - 1813 - Cavalry - Flintlock - Pistol - 17.1
Very good - 1813 - Barrel is Smoothbore

Superb pistol of cavalry model AN XIII dated 1813 or 1815 of the Napoleonic army.
AN XIII (1777) cavalry flintlock pistol with round barrel with thunder sides, dated 1813 or 1815 in very good condition.
Period 1st Empire, Napoleon I with trace of marking on the lock (M Imp le for Imperial Manufacture).
Brass fittings with markings (capital letter B, R with crown, see photos), iron rod, good and shiny metal parts, good and solid walnut wood (trace of round rods on the side and a few rare bites treated, barely visible).
Lock and trigger perfectly functional (see photos).
Authentic and 100% 1st Empire collectible firearm, category D (free to major).

Total length: 35 cm
Barrel length: 20 cm
Weight when unloaded: 1.2 kg
Calibre: 17.1
Rod: 20 cm


Shipped by registered post with declared value.

Lot details
Country of manufacture
France
Manufacturer/ Maker
Man. d'Armes de l'Etat
Model
AN XIII - 1813
Weapon Type
Pistol
Firing mechanism
Flintlock
Sub-type
Cavalry
Caliber
17.1
Condition
Very good
Year of Manufacture
1813
Barrel Rifling
Barrel is Smoothbore
Overall Length
35 cm
Barrel/ blade length
20 cm
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