Pair Of Percussion Pistols Signed Stevenot à Sedan, 18th Century - Transformed Early 19th Century

Frédéric Coridon


Pair of percussion pistols signed STEVENOT à Sedan
France, Sedan. XVIIIth
Total L.: 40cm - Barrels L.: 21cm - Cal .: 14mm

Cannons with sides then round, with guidelines of shots marked in gold letters: Stevenot in Sedan . They are numbered 1 and 2. The thunders are decorated with trophies of weapons and plants in gold. At the end of the barrels a silver ring supports the front sight.
Plates with flat bodies, signed Stevenot à Sedan and decorated with trophies of arms and a deity on a chariot.
The dogs are flat-bodied, engraved en suite. Flint / Percussion transformation early 19th century.
Silver trimmings with rockery decorations, bouquets and bat wings. The backplates are finely made.
Long barrel mounts sculpted with volutes and bouquets, with a silver ring at the end of the barrel. All guiloche screws.
Mallets with iron tip on one side and bullet on the other (restoration on one).

Very good state of conservation.

STEVENOT, Sedan, Ardennes 1700/1740: ST⍬CKEL. Flight. 2 - Page 1221

Text and photos © FCP CORIDON

Condition Very good state

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