NICE QUALITY OVERCOAT PISTOL BY PATRICK, LIVERPOOL

$1,250.00

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Item Code: 88-73

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5", .53 cal. oct. barrel, engraved "LIVERPOOL" and with platinum line at breech, upper flat engraved "MAKER TO THE DUKE OF GLOUCESTER". Engraved lock plate with maker "PATRICK", bolted safety. Ex. crisp working order. Fine+ solid stock, no cracks or repairs, never cleaned, fine checkering on bag grip, engraved iron mounts, silver barrel key and wrist escutcheons. Wrist escutcheon depicts a long-horned animal (goat?) neck and head atop a coronet. This pistol is a very well-done conversion to percussion, performed by an accomplished gunsmith/engraver, that does justice to the pistol's quality. Edward Patrick of Liverpool is variously listed as c. 1780-1830 or 1805-30. He is the only Patrick noted as the maker to the Duke of Gloucester. His widow, Ann, carried on the business to 1832.  [pe] [ph:L]

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