SPANG & WALLACE POCKET PISTOL

$2,100.00

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Item Code: 384-20

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.36 caliber “Deringer”-style percussion pistol, with wooden ramrod and checkered grips. Company marking — “Spang & Wallace”—on scroll and leaf engraved lockplate, with “Phila” stamped atop octagonal 4.5” barrel. Walnut grips, with German silver furniture.

Metallic parts exhibit smooth, consistent, medium gray patina; stock and grips display minor dings and scratching. Tight bolster and nipple, with crisp cocking action. Bore somewhat dusty with slight pitting. Else VG plus and extremely handsome. Superb 1850s-60s “Deringer”. Fine desk display piece.  [jp]

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