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Lot Number: 603
A good pair of early 18th century walnut stocked cannon barrel pistols by Freeman of London, the carved figured walnut stocks with silver furniture including mask pommel, the barrel stamped 'Freeman London' with various proof marks, detailed engraving throughout, length of barrels 17cm, overall length 29.5cm.
Category: Guns
Estimate: 500 - 800

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Condition Report

Mechanism works on both, one with small chip above lock plate, the other with replaced section to rear of lock plate and also large patch repair to both sides of stock, internal pitting to both barrels, also minor surface pitting, some dents to face mask pommel, general wear throughout.

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Lot Number: 604
KITLAND & CO; a late 18th/early 19th century 20 bore flintlock pistol with 10'' octagonal barrel bearing various proof marks and fitted with walnut stock, brass furniture and horn tipped ramrod.
Category: Guns
Estimate: 200 - 300

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Condition Report

Overall very good condition, minor knocks and scrapes throughout the woodwork commensurate with age and slightly scuffing to the barrel by the touch hole. Action working. Overall length approx 38cm.

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Lot Number: 605
H NOCK; a 19th century ten bore percussion cap musket mounted with 30'' barrel and fitted with checkered walnut stock and brass furniture.
Category: Guns
Estimate: 150 - 250

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Moderate wear throughout.

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Lot Number: 606
A 19th century percussion cap musket with foliate decorated lock plate, further incised decoration to the top of the barrel, white metal furniture and checkered walnut stock, length of barrel 77cm.
Category: Guns
Estimate: 100 - 150

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Condition Report

Either 12 or 14 bore, .716 cal.

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Lot Number: 607
'The Guardian' model of 1878 pinfire pistol with octagonal barrel, engraved chamber and walnut stock, length 18.5cm.
Category: Guns
Estimate: 70 - 90

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Condition Report

Fires, revolves, action pulls back and hold, general wear throughout (minor), rifling present, minor pitting.

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Lot Number: 608
A late 18th/early 19th century percussion cap pistol with octagonal barrel, checkered walnut stock and proof marks to underneath of barrel, unnamed, length 18.5cm.
Category: Guns
Estimate: 30 - 50

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Lot Number: 609
A 19th century East India Company percussion cap musket with 33'' barrel and mounted with checkered walnut stock and white metal furniture, bears serial number and markings for Jaipur Armories (af).
Category: Guns
Estimate: 50 - 80

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Lot Number 609
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Condition Report

Stock has split in several places and has been crudely repaired, there is a replaced lower section at the butt end of the stock, the lock plate is poorly fitted and the barrel is falling away, remnants of the East India lion assay on the lock plate.

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Lot Number: 610
A 19th century 16 bore percussion cap musket with walnut stock, for restoration, overall length 123cm.
Category: Guns
Estimate: 30 - 50

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Lot Number: 611
A 19th century Belgian percussion cap pistol with screw-off octagonal barrel and checkered walnut grip, and three knives including mother of pearl and green hardstone handled examples (4).
Category: Guns
Estimate: 50 - 80

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Condition Report

Surface wear throughout, pistol barrel measures slightly over 3''.

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Lot Number: 612
J ASHLEY; a 19th century percussion cap 12 bore musket with 29'' barrel and mounted on a checkered walnut stock with yellow metal furniture.
Category: Guns
Estimate: 200 - 300

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Lot Number 612
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Condition Report

Overall used condition, internal barrel has some pitting, section of fore end split and usual wear and tear commensurate with age to the stock.

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