France - Unknown - St. Etienne - Holster - Percussion - Pistol - 13

Description
France - Unknown - St. Etienne - Holster - Percussion - Pistol - 13
Good - 1814 - Barrel is Smoothbore - Not deactivated

Pair of French Officer Combat pistols, BOURBONS RESTORED , Louis XVIII 1814/1824, later transformed into percussion, in case. Steel barreLS, eight fold,smooth bore, Plain garrisons with . Plain walnut stocks . Steel rods ( one not original) locks with strong springs, working fine .

St Etienne proof marks Barrel left side



In a Tropical wood case, central brass scutcheon not used; with key ( this is not is original case). lined with velvet; compartmentalized, containing: Apocryphal powder Flask ; ; lubrificant bottle, unmarked; apocryphal box, brass, unmarked for fulminant; XIX century steel mold ; screwdriver . Signs of use and facelifts.

Length: 34 cm each (pistol).
Dim .: 8 x 40 x 32 cm (case).
caliber 13 mm
Total weight: +- 5 Kg

Lot details
Country of manufacture
France
Manufacturer/ Maker
Unknown
Model
St. Etienne
Weapon Type
Pistol
Firing mechanism
Percussion
Sub-type
Holster
Caliber
13
Certified Deactivation
Not deactivated
Condition
Good
Year of Manufacture
1814
Barrel Rifling
Barrel is Smoothbore
Material
Wood
Overall Length
34 cm
Barrel/ blade length
20 cm
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