|Period:||19th - early|
Pair of French Officer Combat pistols, 1º First EMPIRE 1804/1816 pattern transformed into percussion, in case. Steel barrels ( gold ring decoration still visible), slightly "tromblonné", in is end, eightfold, plain garrisons . Checkered Wallnutt stocks in good condition . Steel rods ( I believe are original). St Étienne proof marks (down barrell left side) locks with strong springs, working fine in the two positions ( one nipple need to be substituted) .Made mainly for an officer to use in the battle field in Napoleonic Campaigns.
In a Oak tigger wood case,slightly pollished, bone possessin cartouche inside, not used; with key ( this is not is original case). Interior lined with velvet "Bordeaux", compartmentalized, containing: Brass powder ; lubrificant bottle, unmarked; apocryphal box, brass, unmarked for fulminant; XIX century steel mold with cutter and number 27; screwdriver with rosewood handle. Signs of use appropriate to the age and facelifts.
Lenght: 30 cm each (pistol).
Dim .: 8 x 40x 29 cm (case).
caliber 15 mm
Total weight: +- 5Kg
|Member since:||April 29, 2016|
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