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Single Barrel Doublerifle about 1850

Product code: 15959
4.450 €*

Octagonal, blued barrel with engraved breech plud  and two reciprocating pistons. Three visor flaps, dovetail front sight. Underside of barrel stamped cal. 13.6 as well as M.LHOEST and various test marks, similar to the Ferlacher test mark. Bright, four times rifled barrel. Groove 14.3 mm, field 13.6 mm. Ramrod rail. Hook-in locks with fine vine […]

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Yataganbayonet for Jäger Rifle

Product code: 15336
950 €*

Wide Yata blade, blade root weakly stamped P.L.B with sawtooth edging. Steel fittings. Black waffle-coated ebonite handles. Overall length 71.3 cm, blade length 57.9 cm. Knob stamped 40 on the back. It is structurally identical for the Liechtenstein hunting rifle, but does not fit. English design made in Solingen. Cleaned rust spots.

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Pistolet des Gendarmes de la Garde M 1814, 1814

Product code: 14279
2.400 €*

Octagonal barrel, chamber engraved, barrel rib signed Gendarmes de la Garde, Liège proof. Smooth bore, engraved breech plug, rear sight. Lock plate with simple floral engraving, engraved steel fittings. Grained walnut stock with waffled checkering and double flooding at the buttock. Knob with engraved oval knob plate, golden monogram plate. Length 34 cm. Piston head […]

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Flintlock Revolver Rifle, ca. 1690

Product code: 14855
12.500 €*

Octagonal barrel changing over 16 edges and two balusters to round, with four deep, straight grooves. Drum with three octagonal chambers, floral engravings, signed Hardtman and each numbered 1, 2, 3. Swiveling flap, which releases the respective chamber for loading. Each chamber is equipped with its own battery. The barrel No.1 also has a side […]

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Hunting Cutlery, Ende 19. Jh.

Product code: 14835
860 €*

Saber-shaped wedge blade stamped Anton Wingen Jr. Solingen, baluster-like silver ferrule. Deer horn grip carved with fleeing deer pair, knob vollplastisch carved with dog’s head. Meat fork with spring-loaded holder, handle design suitable for the knife. According to information this cutlery comes from a Bavarian castle. On cardboard on the back Trader’s stamp from Pilsen.

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