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A Good Early 19th Century Belgian Six Shot Pepperbox Revolver, with numbered 6.5cm damascus steel turn-off barrels, with Liege proof mark, foliate engraved rounded action, the top engraved TOWER MARK, with ring trigger and foliate carved ebony grip scales, the underside of the backstrap double stamped BREVETTE, in a mahogany case, the crimson plush lined interior fitted with accessories including a steel barrel cased multi tool set, a copper pistol flask, brass cap dispenser, mallet, wood ramrod with brass jag etc

Estimate: £800-1200

Sold: £1700
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Lot 352

A Good Pair of Early 19th Century Side-by-Side Double Barrel Travelling Pistols by I Blissett, 69, Leadenhall Street, London, each with 12.5cm blued steel sighted barrels, signed on the fluted rib, London proof marks, platinum plugs,with foliate engraved box lock, barrel tang and dolphin hammers, slide safety bars, well figured walnut chequered grip with flat oval pommel, and with swivel steel ramrod, in a mahogany case with maker's paper label to the inner cover, the green baize lined interior fitted with accessories including combination flask, cleaning rod and bullet mould

Estimate: £2000-3000

Sold: £3100
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Lot 353

A Pair of 19th Century Officer's 14 Bore Percussion Belt Pistols by John Dickson & Son, Edinburgh, each with 14cm steel barrel, with signed top flat, London proof marks, foliate engraved side hammer and lock, with slide safety, with walnut chequered grip, the pommel set with a steel hinged cap box, with belt hook and swivel steel ramrod, contained in a mahogany case, the exterior cover inset with brass boss engraved `GEO. WALKER, NAFFERTON' and `C Mellish Esq. 1856', the inner cover set with maker's paper label, the gold leather lined interior fitted with accessories including James Dixon copper bag shaped flask, cleaning rod with jag, cap tin, bullet mould and additional nipples

Estimate: £1500-2000

Sold: £2100
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Lot 354

An Early 19th Flintlock Pocket Pistol by Dunderdale, Mabson & Labron, the 4cm turn-off steel barrel with Birmingham proof marks, signed boxlock, slide safety and walnut slab butt; a Similar Percussion Pocket Pistol, unsigned (2)

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £180
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Lot 355

A Pair of 19th Century Continental Pinfire Side-by-Side Double Barrel Overcoat Pistols, each with 12cm octagonal steel barrels, loading at the breech, with chequered box lock, concealed triggers and walnut fluted grip with steel lanyard ring (af); a Small Brass Non-working Model of a Signal Cannon, with brass carriage (3)

Estimate: £200-250

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Lot 356

An Early 19th Century Flintlock Pocket Pistol by Calvert, Leeds, the 4cm turn-off steel barrel with Birmingham proof marks, the signed boxlock engraved with martial trophies, slide safety and walnut slab butt

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £180
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Lot 357

A Pair of Early 19th Century Belgian Flintlock Officer's Pistols, each with 17.5cm octagonal brass barrel with Liege proof mark, foliate engraved steel lock plate, walnut stock with brass ramrod pipe, trigger guard and side plate stamped AG, one with brass tipped ramrod, contained in an associated walnut case with green baize lined interior fitted with accessories including a powder measure and three oil flasks, with key

Estimate: £500-600

Sold: £350
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Lot 358

A Pair of 19th Century Percussion Pocket Pistols, each with 7.5cm blued steel turn-off barrel with Birmingham proof marks, foliate engraved box lock, with walnut slab butt, in an associated mahogany case, the later green baize lined interior fitted with accessories including barrel key, bullet mould, lead bullets, powder flask and cap tin, with key

Estimate: £300-400

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Lot 359

A Colt Model 1851 Navy Percussion Six Shot Single Action Revolver, .36 calibre, the 19cm octagonal steel barrel with single line "-ADDRESS SAML. COLT NEW YORK CITY-" to the top flat, the cylinder with traces of engraved battle scene, COLT'S PATENT No.36842 (later number), the left side of the frame stamped COLTS PATENT, with under lever rammer, brass trigger guard and backstrap bearing traces of original silver plating, all metal parts numbered 36842, with walnut grip scales, contained in an associated mahogany case, the interior later lined in crimson baize and fitted with modern accessories including a bullet mould, powder flask, nipple key/turnkey, lead bullets and two oil flasks

Estimate: £600-800

Sold: £1200
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Lot 360

A LeMat's Patent Style Percussion Nine Shot Revolver, Second Pattern, the 17cm octagonal steel barrel later stamped 1107 *LM, with hinged rammer set to the left side and with an 18 bore barrel below for grapeshot, the cylinder and frame later numbered 1107, the cock with a hinged striker for use with either the revolver or the smooth bore, the trigger guard with scroll finger rest, finely chequered wood grip scales, the butt plate with lanyard ring.

Estimate: £600-800

Sold: £2000
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Lot 361

A Copy of a Colt Walker U.S.M.R. .44 Calibre Six Shot Single Action Percussion Revolver, with 23cm barrel, the right side of the frame stamped U.S.1847, the cylinder with battle scene and marked U.S.M.S. and ????/PATENT, with brass trigger guard and faux bone grip scales, metal parts numbered 89410, with black leather holster

Estimate: £400-500

Sold: £600
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Lot 362

A 19th Century Gentleman's Percussion Travelling Pistol, possibly by Rigby, the 11.5cm steel barrel with fluted rib engraved Dublin, D-C 3626, with foliate engraved cock and back action lock plate inscribed Walsh, walnut stock with chequered grip and hinged steel back strap enclosing compartments for balls, with swivel steel ramrod

Estimate: £500-600

Sold: £900
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Lot 363

A 19th Century Percussion Pocket Pistol, the 4.5cm turn-off steel barrel with Birmingham proof marks, the box lock engraved D Egg, London, with walnut slab butt (af)

Estimate: £70-90

Sold: £90
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Lot 364

A 19th Century Belgian 7mm Pinfire Six Shot Revolver, with blued finish, with 6cm barrel, the cylinder stamped NEW ENGLISH PATENT PINFIRE PISTOL, and with post 1877 Belgian inspector's mark, with folding trigger and bakelite bird head butt; a Similar Revolver, with chromed finish and foliate moulded plastic grip scales (2)

Estimate: £180-250

Sold: £280
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Lot 365

A 19th Century Unwin and Rodgers Percussion Knife Pistol, the 8.5cm cupro-nickel barrel with Birmingham proof marks, concealed trigger, two folding knife blades and polished horn grip scales, the butt with hinged ball compartment, with pull-out tweezers and nipple key/pricker

Estimate: £500-600

Sold: £450
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Lot 366

A 19th Century Percussion Travelling Pistol, the 18cm octagonal steel barrel with Birmingham proof marks to the underside, the bore with two straight deep grooves, with foliate engraved blued steel tang, hammer and back action lock plate, walnut full stock with chequered bag butt and brass tipped wood ramrod

Estimate: £250-350

Sold: £350
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Lot 367

A Continental Percussion Pocket Pistol, of rudimentary construction, with brass mounts and chequered butt, 19 cm long overall, together with an Assortment of Gun Lockplates, hammers etc. (qty)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £110
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Lot 368

An Early 19th Century Turkish Flintlock Blunderbuss Pistol, the 23cm steel barrel with a later steel barrel band, the hammer and lock plate bearing traces of original foliate chiselling and silver inlay, the walnut full stock with brass ramrod pipes, trigger guard and curved butt plate, lacks ramrod, (af); a Non-Working Copy of a Scottish Flintlock Pistol, all steel (2)

Estimate: £180-250

Sold: £280
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Lot 369

An Early 19th Century Percussion Dragoon Pistol, converted from a flintlock, the 23cm steel barrel with Birmingham proof marks, the lock plate stamped TOWER, with crown over GR and small crowned arrow, the opposing side of the lock with a barrel securing push lever, walnut full stock with brass fore-end tip, trigger guard, butt cap and side plate stamped G.d.C B.67.b, with steel swivel ramrod (af)

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £700
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Lot 370

A 19th Century Continental Flintlock Holster Pistol, with 29cm steel barrel, plain lock plate, walnut full stock with mock ramrod, foliate cast brass furniture, the butt with wire tendril inlay; a Very Similar Pistol, with 31cm steel barrel, the brass furniture cast as musical trophies (2-af)

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £300
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Lot 371

A 19th Century Indian Flintlock Pistol, with 29.5cm swamped steel barrel chased with foliage, wood full stock with swivel steel ramrod; a Similar Percussion Pistol, (2)

Estimate: £200-250

Sold: £200
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Lot 372

A 19th Century Algerian Snaphance Holster Pistol, the 23cm steel barrel with swollen muzzle and one brass barrel band, the wood stock inlaid with geometric motifs in bone

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £90
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Lot 373

A Good Early 19th Century Side by Side Double Barrel Percussion Pocket Pistol by James Lang, 22 Cockspur St., London, the 4cm turn off steel barrels numbered 1 and 2, with London proof marks, signed and foliate engraved box lock, dolphin hammers, slide safety and concealed triggers, the walnut bag butt with hinged cap box to the butt and all over intricately inlaid with silver tendrils and flowerheads, 26cm

Estimate: £800-1200

Sold: £2200
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Lot 374

A Good Brace of Early 19th Century Over and Under Turn-Over Double Barrel Percussion Pocket Pistols by William and John Rigby of Dublin, each with 4cm turn-off steel barrels numbered 3 and 4, dolphin hammer, signed and foliate engraved box lock, concealed trigger, walnut flattened bag butt with chequering, one numbered 10011, the other 10087, 15cm

Estimate: £2000-3000

Sold: £2200
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Lot 375

A Good Pair of Early 19th Century Flintlock Boxlock Pocket Pistols, each with 4cm turn-off steel barrel with leaf tip engraved muzzle, rounded brass action engraved with leaves, Birmingham proof marks, slide safety, waterproof frizzen pan, concealed trigger, walnut bag butt intricately inlaid with silver tendrils and leaves, with lion mask pommel, 15cm

Estimate: £1500-1800

Sold: £2500
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Lot 376

An 18th Century Italian Flintlock Holster Pistol by Lorenzoni of Florence, the 32.5cm three stage polyganol steel barrel with ring turned decoration at the muzzle and centre section, octagonal at the breech and stamped with maker's indistinct poincon, the shaped steel lock plate with foliate chiselled decoration, faintly engraved with shields and signed Lorenzoni, FIRENZE, the walnut full stock with high quality iron furniture of two ringed ramrod pipes, foliate chiselled trigger guard and finial, the side plate pierced and chiselled with figures chained to the carriage of a cannon, the spurred butt plate with lion mask pommel, the grip stamped No.5, with horn tipped wood ramrod

Estimate: £1800-2500

Sold: £1800
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Lot 377

A Pair of 18th Century French Flintlock Side-by-Side Double Barrel Holster Pistols by Marcher?, Paris, each with later blued 24cm barrels, signed lock plates, walnut full stock with foliate carving to the fore-end, with silver ramrod pipes, foliate chased trigger guard with urn finial, spurred butt caps, the pommel chased with the head of a Sun God, the silver crowned escutcheon engraved with a crest and flanked by birds and with silver wire tendrils, with wood ramrod.

Estimate: £2000-3000

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Lot 378

A Pair of 19th Century Flintlock Pocket Pistols by Green & Pickslan, each with 4cm turn-off steel barrel, Birmingham proof marks, the brass box locks signed within martial trophies, with slide safety, concealed trigger and walnut slab butt

Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £550
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Lot 379

A 19th Century J R Cooper's Patent Six Shot Percussion Pepperbox Revolver by R Jones, with 7.5cm cylinder, Birmingham proof marks, foliate engraved and signed rounded action with slide safety, ring trigger and walnut bag butt scales, the underside of the backstrap stamped 23217102

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £450
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Lot 380

A Colt Style Five Shot Single Action Percussion Revolver by Lepage a Liege, the 12cm octagonal steel barrel stamped with maker's name to the left side, the opposing side with two crossed keys marks, the cylinder faintly stamped LAZARO?????, CONSTANTINOPLE, with spur hammer, under lever rammer and bone grip scales, the metal parts numbered 35184

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £320
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Lot 381

An Early 19th Century Flintlock Pocket Pistol, the 4cm turn-off steel barrel with Birmingham proof marks, the rounded brass box lock engraved with martial trophies and signed SORBY, with concealed trigger and chequered walnut bag butt (a.f.)

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £200
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Lot 382

An 18th Century Continental Flintlock Holster Pistol, the 20cm ringed steel barrel with crossed keys mark, engraved with crescent moon and *, plain lock plate, walnut foliate carved full stock with brass side plate and spurred stepped and wrythen chased pommel, possibly Turkish

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £300
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Lot 383

An 18th Century Silver Mounted Holster Pistol by Twigg of London, the 25cm two stage steel barrel octagonal at the breech, signed on the top flat, with barrel and nipple conversion from a flintlock, signed lock plate, walnut full stock with silver ramrod pipes, trigger guard with foliate urn finial, shaped side plate, vacant escutcheon and spurred butt cap with grotesque mask pommel, hallmarks for London 1770 (a.f.)

Estimate: £400-500

Sold: £400
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Lot 384

A 19th Century Percussion Pocket Pistol, with walnut slab butt, and two other items, comprising a brass-mounted leather shot flask, unnamed, and a small embossed brass powder flask (3)

Estimate: £40-60

Sold: £110
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Lot 385

A Non-Working, Uberti Replica, 1847, Colt Walker Revolver, numbered 1424, with case-hardened frame, steel backstrap and brass trigger guard

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £500
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Lot 386

A 19th Century Six Shot Pepperbox Revolver, the 7cm cylinder with Birmingham proof marks, with bar hammer (inoperative), foliate engraved rounded action and chequered walnut grip scales

Estimate: £180-250

Sold: £280
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Lot 387

A Colt First Model Deringer, .41 calibre, the 5.5cm steel barrel swivelling down to the left for loading, the top flat stamped COLT'S P.T.F.A. MFG.CO. HARTFORD CT. U.S.A. No.1, the right side stamped W1756, the underside with London proof marks and numbered 4049, with foliate engraved steel frame, sheath trigger and curved chequered grip, the pommel numbered 4049

Estimate: £800-1200

Sold: £800
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Lot 388

A 19th Century 10 Bore Percussion "Manstopper" Pistol, the 10cm turn-off steel barrel with Birmingham proof marks, foliate engraved brass box lock and walnut slab butt (af)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £120
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Lot 389

A 19th Century Unwin & Rodgers Combination Rimfire Knife Pistol, the 8.5cm nickel barrel with Birmingham proof marks, the left side stamped UNWIN & RODGERS, PATENTEES, SHEFFIELD, the right side stamped NON*XLL, the underside with concealed trigger and two folding knife blades, with horn grip scales, the pommel with hinged ball compartment

Estimate: £500-600

Sold: £650
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Lot 390

A Colt New Line 30 Five Shot Rimfire Revolver, the 5.5cm steel barrel with blade foresight, stamped COLT'S PT F.A. MFG. CO./HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A., the left side with Birmingham proof marks and etched COLT NEW 30, the arbor-pin with sprung button catch, spur hammer, sheath trigger and walnut bird's head grip, the butt strap numbered 9669, bearing traces of the original blued finish (af)

Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £320
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Lot 391

A 19th Century Continental Pinfire Six Shot Revolver, the 6cm steel barrel with button foresight, the cylinder and frame stamped with a crowned N, with hinged loading gate, folding trigger, ebony grip scales and screw-out rammer to the butt pommel, in fitted leather case

Estimate: £150-180

Sold: £300
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Lot 392

An Early 19th Century Spanish Flintlock 15 Bore Cavalry Pistol, the 23cm steel barrel octagonal at the breech and stamped R, the rounded banana shape lock plate with indistinct marks, the walnut full stock with brass ramrod pipe, trigger guard with baluster finial and with spurred butt plate, with steel ramrod

Estimate: £300-400

Sold: £320
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Lot 393

A 19th Century Double Barrel Percussion Sporting Gun, wuith 70.5cm steel barrels, foliate engraved lock plates , walnut half stock with chequered semi pistol grip butt, with wood ramrod (af); a French Model 1874 Gras Sword Bayonet, with St Etienne steel blade, and steel scabbard, the crossguard and locket with differing numbers (2)

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £100
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Lot 394

A Victorian Tower Two Band Percussion Carbine, the 53.5cm steel barrel with Birmingham proof marks, the lock plate with crown over VR, 1859 TOWER and crowned arrow, walnut full stock with brass trigger guard stamped 2-6, the butt stamped BIRMINGHAM within a roundel over a broad arrow, WD and 1, with swivel steel ramrod

Estimate: £400-500

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Lot 395

A French Model 1874/80 Gras Carbine, with single shot bolt action, the 52cm steel barrel numbered t 56211 on the left, the right side stamped T.1879, with hinged ladder rear sight, the action stamped "MANUFACTURE D'ARMES Tulle, Mle.1874, M80", the walnut stock with two spring retained brass bands, brass trigger guard and butt plate, with steel ramrod

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £280
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Lot 396

A Model 1841 Percussion Rifle by Robbins and Lawrence of Windsor, Vermont, the 84cm steel barrel with hinged leaf rear sight, the lock plate stamped with maker's name, Windsor VT 1849, the walnut full stock with brass barrel bands with steel spring retaining clips, brass trigger guard, side plate and hinged patch box to the butt, the opposing side inlaid with a crescent moon, star, heart and spade, with steel sling swivels and ramrod

Estimate: £700-1000

Sold: £700
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Lot 397

An Early 19th Century Albanian Miquelet Lock "Roga" Gun, the 133cm octagonal steel barrel with swamped muzzle, the top flat stamped LAZAPINA COMINAZ, the left side engraved St Mutti, the iron covered full stock engraved with panels of foliage, with brass barrel bands, slender fish tailed butt, ball trigger and steel ramrod

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £700
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Lot 398

An Early 19th Century Continental Flintlock Blunderbuss, the 35.5cm brass barrel octagonal at the breech, with numerous crowned A stamps, numbered A087, surmounted by a spring hinged steel bayonet secured by a lever, the walnut full stock with brass ramrod pipes, trigger guard with acorn finial, foliate engraved side plate and butt plate tang, with vacant escutcheon and remains of wood ramrod

Estimate: £600-800

Sold: £700
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Lot 399

An Enfield Martini-Henry Mark IV Rifle, the 82.5cm steel barrel with hinged ladder rear sight, the left side stamped N.S./NEP, the right side of the receiver stamped with crowned VR cypher, ENFIELD, 1886, crowned arrow, IV, 1, with cocking indicator, the walnut full stock with two barrel bands with War Department markings, with steel sling swivels, butt plate and cleaning rod

Estimate: £400-600

Sold: £450
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Lot 400

A 19th Century Percussion Sporting Gun for a Boy, the 59cm steel barrel with V rear sight, double struck HAS 189, the lock plate with indistinct mark and a crown, walnut full stock with brass patch box to the butt, sling swivel and steel ramrod

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £90
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