Pair of double flintlock flintlock pistols; general officer. 1st Empire period

Frédéric Coridon


CategoryAncient weapons
Period19th century
StyleEmpire, Consulat
Condition Very good state of conservation

Pair of double flintlock flintlock pistols; general officer.

Round barrels, blue finish, flat to thunder, hallmarked LC (Leclerc's mark) and marked with gold: twisted cannon; decorated with gold. Tails of cut and chiselled foliage heads. Markings under cannons: Pierre Fourrier.

Platines signed Foucault at Chateau Gontier, engraved with champetry motifs.

Gooseneck dogs with chiseled flat bodies.

Money Basin Fund.

Silver frames cut and chiseled. Passers of chopsticks decorated with a cuirass; bridges decorated with military attributes, a lion's head and a hunter sitting in front of a tree.

Shanks of "PE" and "Etoile" markers.

Gorgon head caps in the round.

Walnut legs, partly carved and squared. "DT" encrypted gold oval inch pieces Beaded wands with ivory tips.

1st Empire period

Length 39cm

Smooth barrel length of 24,5cm

Diameter 13mm

Rare and beautiful

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