147: Five Assorted Guns
OFFERED WITHOUT RESERVE
D'Armas St. Etienne Model 1873 French Revolver
Equipped with an 11 mm barrel, numbered G27302 inscribed on the frame by the manufacturer. Used primarily by the French Army and Navy in the period. All original and in worn condition, wood grips in fair presentable condition. Some pitting through the metal.
William Muir & Company Muzzle Loading Shotgun
Single-barrel muzzle loading shotgun manufactured by William Muir and Company. Retains its original muzzle loader. With a 34 in. round barrel, wood body and stock with a crescent metal butt. Numbered 58, believed to be circa 1864. All original, shows wear and corrosion/pitting.
Hopkins Double Barrel Muzzle Loading Shotgun
Numbered 8 and believed to be dated circa 1890. With a 28.5 in. 'London Laminated Steel barrel' with extensive engraving and checkering throughout the wood stock and barrel. Appears to be in very good overall condition with some blemishes on the barrel.
Stork Single Barrel Muzzle Loading Shotgun
Numbered 12 (gauge) and believed to be dated circa 1870. With a 30 in. round barrel and wood body and stock with engraving and checkering throughout. Fairly worn original condition, extensive wood chipping along the barrel which is also pitted and shows blemishes.
Replica Double Barrel Dueling Flintlock Pistol
Replica of famous pistols used widely throughout Europe in the 17th and 18th centuries. Inscribed "London" on the frame and was manufactured recently in Spain. Barrels are 7.5 in. long. Replica in very good condition, all wear is a faux patina.
Please note, these guns are grouped among Antique Pre-December 31, 1898 Produced Firearms, not subject to Federal Gun Laws.