Here are examples of stock we have previously sold on this site. Below you will find a Pocket Pistol, Revolver Case and a Crimean Cutlery Barrel.
Flintlock boxlock 60 bore pocket pistol by George Higham of Warrington circa 1810. Line engraved lock signed Higham on left and Warrington on right. Sliding safety, sprung frizzen. Barrel 2.25" long. Measures 7.2" overall length. Frame with clear proof marks. Walnut slab sided stock.
A sleeper with no restoration. All metalwork has a smooth patina. Mechanically sound. Small dings to stock but no splits and very minor shrinkage.
Empty Oak revolver or pistol case circa 1850-1870 which will take an Adams, Tranter, Webley, Bentley or small Colt revolver of the period or indeed any other revolver or percussion pistol of the period, depending upon size of the item. Case will require re-lining but is complete with original internal case edging, key, lock and keep and original key escutcheon as well as round brass escutcheon to case lid. Size internally is 5.75 inches wide, 12.25 inches long and 1.625 inches deep (147mm x 312mm x 41mm).
Case in excellent condition with no shrinkage cracks. Minimal handling marks.
A campaign cutlery barrel with silver plated folding cutlery and silver plated drinks goblet by Toulmin and Gale of London. Outer leather cover to barrel removes to reveal makers name of Toulmin and Gale , Makers, London. Goblet with folding cutlery lifts clear and hinges open for removal of goblet. Makers name repeated on inside of hinged cover. Initials of CSC to top of leather case. Folding cutlery with ivory handles consists of folding spoon, folding fork with corkscrew and a knife. The fourth item is a small medicine spoon. Folding spoon and fork are marked with makers name of William Hutton and Sons who were taken over by James Dixon. Toulmin and Gale were in business from 1735 to 1876. Size: 5" tall by 3.25" diameter.
Leather covered barrel in good shape with handling marks. Would grade up with a gentle restoration. Goblet has no dents - purchaser can decide whether to clean. Blue velvet interior to barrel is worn. Folding spoon and small spoon in good condition. The folding fork/corkscrew has a repair to the ivory handle. The knife has a crude replacement brass handle probably from the period of use but could be repaired as the folding mechanism is complete.
This sword, circa 1708 , is engraved with the name of Lieutenant General Robert Echlin, the Second Colonel of the Inniskilling Dragoons.The Royal Dragoon Guards Museum and Association raised the funds to purchase the Echlin Sword for the Regimental Museum in 2013.
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