dating: 19th Century provenance: Turkey, Fine, smooth-bore, iron, two-stage, 17 mm cal. barerl, octagonal in the first part, finely inlaid with gold rinceaux and marked 'LONDON', inlaid and marked, with two, crowned stamps, the second segment is round, with rings at the girdle and a thin, central rib, with flowers carved at the two ends and remains of gold inlays. Also tang is gold-inlaid with rinceaux. Iron flintlock, with plate gilded en suite and marked 'LONDON' in gold two times. Wooden, full stock richly inlaid in silver, three floral plates on the grip and thin inserts with spirals and foliage, remains of similar inlays also in the bottom part and alongside. In working order, but to be cleaned. Silver butt-plate stamped with Tughra and relieved trophy. Silver trigger-guard with floral chisels. Silver, engraved counter-plate. Typical false ramrod. length 47 cm.