France - Unknown - Single Action - BOXLOCK - Percussion - PAIR OF PISTOLS IN CASE - 12 Bore

Description
France - Unknown - Single Action - BOXLOCK - Percussion - PAIR OF PISTOLS IN CASE - 12 Bore
Good - 1840 - Barrel is Smoothbore - Not deactivated

Pair of French Percussion pistols circa 1840, "Louis Philipe " in case. Steel barrels eight fold ,Damashened, no proof marks, with " Dauphin hammers shape " ; steel body box lock type, Renaissance style butts with SILVER possession, Vegetalist engravings all over the body, walnut stocks .Both working with two positions, Pistol 1-Working fine in two positions, Pistol 2 -Springs ok but trigger a bit loose need help of a finger to arm.One nipple crashed.

In a Oak case, central scutcheon in brass, not used, with key ( This is not is original case). Interior lined with green felt compartmentalized, containing: apocryphal ( vintage) powder flask in brass "Sykes type "; Bullet mold, screwdriver. Signs of use appropriate to the age. No Ram rods

Being used in the vest as a symbol of wealth in the first half of the XIX century.

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Comp .: 19 cm (pistols
Dim .: 6 x 26 x 21 cm (case).
Total Weight: 1 Kg
Caliber: 12 mm

Lot details
Country of manufacture
France
Manufacturer/ Maker
Unknown
Model
Single Action
Weapon Type
PAIR OF PISTOLS IN CASE
Firing mechanism
Percussion
Sub-type
BOXLOCK
Caliber
12 Bore
Certified Deactivation
Not deactivated
Condition
Good
Year of Manufacture
1840
Barrel Rifling
Barrel is Smoothbore
Material
WOOD AND STEEL
Overall Length
19 cm
Barrel/ blade length
10 cm
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