C. 1845 “VICKERS” DUBLIN FLINTLOCK PISTOL

$1,350.00 SOLD

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Item Code: 667-40

Lockplate maker mark: “Vickers.” A “Deringer” style single shot, .45 caliber, with 3.5” barrel, grooved sighting, swivel ramrod, cross-hatch grips, and handsomely ornamented iron work. Bore rusty & dusty. Flint is intact with chipped tip. Barrel exhibits plum colored patina with light pitting. Else VG and classy. A superb desk display piece.  [jp]

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