Pair of flintlock guns eighteenth Netherlands

Frédéric Coridon


CategoryAncient weapons
Period18th century
Condition Very good state

Pair of flintlock pistols, early eighteenth, probably Netherlands.

Gooseneck dogs. Platines round body decorated with the line of volutes.

Cannons in octagonal bronze then round, ending in a bead in the mouth. They are richly engraved with flowers and animals.

The fittings are also bronze decorated in suite and finely engraved with foliage and animals.

Belt hooks.

The sticks are original and bronze tip.

It is a pair of very good quality and in perfect condition.

Length of the barrels 24cm

Total length 40cm

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