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Lot 401

A 19th Century Single Barrel 28 Bore Percussion Sporting Gun, the 79cm steel barrel octagonal at the breech, the top flat engraved LONDON, with foliate engraved back action lock plate, walnut half stock with chequered grip, and wood ramrod

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £140
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Lot 402

An Indian Sepoy Percussion Musket, the 82.5cm steel barrel stamped GWL/I/350/54-67, the lock plate with crowned VR, 1858 TOWER, the wood full stock with two steel barrel bands and brass trigger guard, the butt stamped 2172, with steel ramrod and an associated brass bullet mould

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £180
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Lot 403

A 19th Century Single Barrel Pinfire Sporting Gun, the 75cm steel barrel octagonal at the breech, under-lever break, walnut stock with chequered grip

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £70
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Lot 404

An Early 19th Century Flintlock Trade Musket, with 79cm steel barrel, the lock plate stamped WARRANTED and with `The Company of Merchants Trading to Africa' mark of an elephant and castle, the wood full stock with brass fore-end tip, ramrod pipes, trigger guard and butt plate, with brass tipped wood ramrod

Estimate: £250-350

Sold: £320
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Lot 405

An Early 19th Century Single Barrel Percussion Sporting Gun, the 75.5cm two stage barrel octagonal at the breech, with gold line and maker's inlaid gold poincon for I Green, Newark, the lock plate indistinctly engraved, walnut half stock, with steel furniture and wood ramrod

Estimate: £180-250

Sold: £160
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Lot 406

An Early 19th Century Flintlock Blunderbuss by Tarver, the 36cm brass two stage barrel octagonal at the breech, the underside with Birmingham proof marks and stamped W.I., with signed and foliate engraved lockplate, walnut full stock with brass ramrod pipes, double scroll trigger guard with palm leaf sheathed finial, the brass butt plate tang engraved with further foliage, with chequered grip and brass tipped wood ramrod

Estimate: £1500-2000

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Lot 407

An Early 19th Century Flintlock Blunderbuss by Ryan & Son, London, the 38.5cm browned twist steel barrel octagonal at the breech, the top flat engraved LONDON, with foliate engraved and signed lockplate, slide safety, steel ramrod pipes and foliate engraved double scroll trigger guard with pineapple finial, the steel butt plate tang engraved with a musical trophy, with chequered grip and steel mounted wood ramrod with horn tip

Estimate: £1200-1800

Sold: £2200
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Lot 408

A Late 18th Century Flintlock Blunderbuss by W Aston, Manchester, the 36cm brass three stage barrel octagonal at the breech, engraved Manchester to the top flat and double struck with the crossed sceptres of Tower of London proofhouse, surmounted by a spring hinged bayonet secured by a slide catch, with signed lockplate, slide safety, walnut full stock with brass ramrod pipes, trigger guard and butt plate, with diamond chequered grip and horn tipped wood ramrod

Estimate: £1800-2500

Sold: £1600
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Lot 409

An 18th Century Flintlock Blunderbuss by Richard Wilson of London, the 40cm ringed brass barrel engraved LONDON to the top, with maker's stamp *R.W. and London proof marks, with signed rounded lockplate, walnut full stock with brass ramrod pipes, rosette engraved trigger guard with bud finial, the brass vacant escutcheon chased with grotesque masks, the side plate pierced and chased with a stand of arms, the shouldered butt with brass butt plate engraved with foliage, the wood ramrod with steel worm

Estimate: £2000-3000

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Lot 410

An Early 19th Century Tower Flintlock Musket, the 98cm steel barrel with brass lion mask foresight, London proof marks and RB inspector's mark, the lock plate stamped TOWER, crowned GR cypher and crowned arrow, the walnut half stock with horn fore-end tip, brass trigger guard with husk finial, martial trophy engraved side plate and butt plate tang, with dotted chequered grip and steel ramrod

Estimate: £600-800

Sold: £550
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Lot 411

An 18th Century Flintlock Blunderbuss by Griffin, London, the 34cm two stage brass barrel octagonal at the breech and signed on the top flat, with London proof marks, signed steel lock plate, slide safety, walnut full stock with dotted chequered grip, brass ramrod pipes, trigger guard with acorn finial, foliate engraved butt plate, the barrel surmounted by a spring hinged bayonet secured with steel lever catch, with wood ramrod

Estimate: £1500-2000

Sold: £1600
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Lot 412

A 19th Century 10 Bore Single Barrel Percussion Sporting Gun by Baker of London, the 82cm two stage browned steel barrel engraved London to the top flat, with signed and foliate engraved back action lock plate, walnut half stock with nickel fore-end tip, steel furniture and chequered grip, with wood ramrod

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £200
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Lot 413

A 19th Century 16 Bore Single Barrel Percussion Sporting Gun by Simmons, the 78cm browned steel barrel, signed lock plate, walnut half stock with horn fore-end tip, steel double scroll trigger guard, chequered grip, nickel escutcheon engraved with a family crest, with wood ramrod

Estimate: £250-300

Sold: £300
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Lot 414

A 19th Century 10 Bore Double Barrel Percussion Sporting Gun, with 75cm browned steel barrels, foliate engraved hammers, plain lockplates, walnut half stock with chequered grip, steel furniture and wood ramrod

Estimate: £200-250

Sold: £200
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Lot 415

A 19th Century 12 Bore Double Barrel Percussion Sporting Gun, with 68cm faux damascus barrels, foliate engraved hammers and lock plates, well figured walnut half stock with steel furniture, chequered grip and fore-end and with wood ramrod

Estimate: £250-300

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Lot 416

A 19th Century 12 Bore Pinfire Sporting Gun by J Venables & Sons, the 75.5cm browned steel barrels with London proof marks, signed foliate engraved back action lock plate, dolphin hammers, under-lever break, well figure walnut stock with chequered grip and fore-end, in a crimson baize lined fitted leather case

Estimate: £250-300

Sold: £250
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Lot 417

A 19th Century 16 Bore Side by Side Double Barrel Percussion Sporting Gun by William Rochester Pape, Newcastle on Tyne, with 77cm damascined barrels, platinum plugs, signed foliate engraved lock plates, well figured walnut stock with chequered grip and fore-end, with brass tipped wood ramrod, contained in a mahogany case, the green baize lined fitted interior with maker's paper label to the inner cover, with a leather shot flask and copper powder flask

Estimate: £500-600

Sold: £550
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Lot 418

A 19th Century Single Barrel Percussion Sporting Gun By William Rochester Pape, Newcastle on Tyne, the 74cm browned twist barrel with Birmingham proof marks, signed foliate engraved lock plates, recurving trigger guard, walnut stock with chequered grip and fore-end, the butt set with a steel hinged patch box, with brass tipped wood ramrod, in a crimson baize lined mahogany fitted case, with a leather shot flask and a copper powder flask

Estimate: £400-450

Sold: £400
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Lot 419

A 19th Century 12 Bore Double Barrel Pinfire Shotgun by William Rochester Pape, Newcastle on Tyne, the 73cm browned steel barrels with London proof marks, with signed foliate engraved back action lock plates, under-lever break, walnut stock with chequered grip and fore-end, in a leather trimmed canvas fitted case

Estimate: £350-400

Sold: £320
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Lot 420

A 19th Century 16 Bore Pinfire Sporting Gun by W J Harvey & Son, Exeter, the 69.5cm damascined barrels with London proof marks, signed on the top flat, with signed foliate engraved back action lock plate, under-lever, grip safety, walnut stock with chequered grip and fore-end, in a leather trimmed canvas fitted case

Estimate: £300-350

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Lot 421

A Non-Working, Parker Hale Replica, 1858, Two-Band, Enfield Musketoon, case-hardened and with brass trigger guard and mounts

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £200
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