dating: Third quarter of the 19th Century provenance: Belgium, Round, smooth-bore, cal. 16 barrels, in damask. Liege test-bed stamp, one loop is missing. Locks, receiver and tang engraved with vine shoots, so as the cocks and trigger-guard. Smooth, wooden butt, butt-plate engraved en suite. In working order, barrels in good condition. length
Czerny's Auction House offers shipping service for this sale.
WE SHIP WORLDWIDE
things get messier when it comes to shipping Antique FIREARMS outside the European Community. We can do it for you, it is just more expensive than it used to be.
For firearms shipped to USA and Canada:
Weâ€™ll be shipping through a firearm specialized courier to Pittsburgh airport where a broker will clear the parcel and deliver it to your house through FedEx. The cost is â‚¬ 350,00 for the first part of the journey to be paid to us plus clearance and US internal delivery costs to be paid directly to the broker. This price is for any parcel containing 1 or more items and weighing up to 20 kg (from 0 to 20 kg, fixed price).
For firearms shipped to the Rest of the World (excluding Europe and North America, including Norway, Switzerland, Malta, Turkey, Australia, New Zealand etc):
Weâ€™ll be shipping through a firearm specialized courier, please contact us for an estimate.
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The items presented in this sale are complete with all documentation necessary to be sold; however, we recommend you to check limits and regulations that your Country applies for the import of this kind of collectibles.
An exhibition featuring all lots presented will anticipate the sale, during it the director and the staff of the auction house will be available to provide any additional information or guidance; the exhibition gives clients the opportunity to examine the authenticity, the attribution, the provenance,
the state of preservation, the type and the quality of any piece presented and, where necessary, to suggest corrections to inaccuracies found in the catalogue. Before taking part in the auction, everyone interested in buying a lot undertakes to inspect it accurately, if necessary with the support of en expert, in order to assess the features mentioned above. Once sold,
the auction house does not accept any claims; the seller and Czerny's International Auction House will have no responsibility for any error or omission included in the catalogue.
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