1790’s – Early 1800’s 44Bore Large Boxlock Flintlock Pocket Pistol


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This is an absolutely stunning piece from the late 1700’s to early 1800’s!

This flintlock pistol is of course a Boxlock type and is one of the earlier models of the pocket pistol.

The barrel is of 44 bore and the overall pistol is a bit larger than one would tend to expect from these makes.

The top safety is still intact and is still able to slide. The slab type butt is of walnut and is in superb condition!

The makers marks can still be seen nice and clearly which tell us this pistol was made by W Brown of Lewes. The proof marks are also still easy to see and are marked on the barrel for London.

This pistol is also accompanied by a lovely brass powder flask from the same era. The flask features what looks to be some deer. 2 stag standing majestically in a field watching over the deer herd and a hunting dog on a scene above.

Truly a marvel that would look fantastic on any enthusiasts display!

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Weight 2 kg
Dimensions 23 × 10 cm

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