Burr-walnut wooden butt, engraving and damask barrels.
|Period:||19th - mid|
A beautiful English double barrel shotgun, in the caliber 12 black powder, central fire.
Features a beautiful arabesques engraving, underlever closure and ornate cocks.
Exceptionally beautiful burr-walnut butt, English model.
Very old test bench marks from London, no nitro hallmarks.
According to the judge, the manual production of the rifle around the year 1880.
Original barrel length of 69 cm and with a total length of 110 cm.
Weight 3170 grams.
Weapon is checked by the judge and is technically 100% in order.
Within Netherlands exempted in accordance with article 18 of the rules of arms and ammunition.
Official proof of exemption and decision chart is included.
Summary: A nice, old, decorative and functional double barrel shotgun with exemption papers.
Will be shipped by registered mail with track and trace.
Because of regulation of the gun laws is a free shipment only possible within the Netherlands, Belgium and France.
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|Member since:||November 10, 2014|
I have received this necklace today & it's absolutely gorgeous & is just as pictured & described. Very happy with this lot; it was sent well wrapped in a beautiful pouch. Thank you! Love it!!
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Shipping costs are for mainland destinations only.
|Rest of Europe||$46.15|
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