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FLINTLOCK PISTOLS BY STAUDENMAYER
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CASED PAIR OF SIGNED FLINTLOCK BOX-LOCK PISTOLS #4198

A cased pair of flintlock box-lock pocket pistols with 1¼ inch turn-off barrels with an arrowhead design engraved at one end, the frames engraved either side with stands of arms and signed on one side of the frame STAUDENMAYER. LONDON. Both pistols numbered on the frame, 1 and 2, concealed triggers, plain walnut butts with silver escutcheons both engraved with the initial "M" under a crown, sliding safety catches, waterproof pans. Contained in the original baize lined varnished oak box, complete with bullet mold, powder flask, barrel wrench and later turn-screw, the lid with a plain brass escutcheon. In full working order. The pistols overall 4¾ inches. 4198anoo

Samuel Henry Staudenmayer was apprentice to John Manton before working under his own name from 1799-1825 , first in Jermyn Street and then Cockspur Street, he was gun-maker to both the Prince of Wales and The Duke of York

£3,900.00

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