English Flintlock Boxlock Pistol, ca. 1810
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Screw-off 2 ½" barrel of approx. .45 cal. Boxlock of typical London form with two worn escutcheons, the reverse with makers name. Appears to be Hurst, who was a London gunmaker in the early 1800's. London view and proof marks on underside of barrel. Flat scrolled one-piece walnut grips with silver wire decoration on top and both sides. Retains approx. 75% of the silver wire. Hammer doesnt hold on cock. Worn overall, but little pitting.
- Tuckasegee, North Carolina
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