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Sat 28th Mar 2020 - 11am
Please be advised this is an internet only sale. You will be able to bid live online and you can leave absentee bids direct with us. To ensure the safety of everyone in light of the current situation we are now closed to the public. Full condition reports will be completed upon request. Items that are purchased in the sale can be sent out via post (where possible, please contact us regarding the cost) or we will be happy to store lots at no charge until such time as we are able to open for collections. We would like to thank everyone for their support and patience at this time. Thank you, Angus & The Team
Lot 3Mahogany cased Colt pocket navy percussion cap .36 single action revolver with traces of New York address to the top, the cylinder with coaching scenes, with matching serial numbers throughout 1147, two piece wooden grips, the fitted case with various accessories (including reproduction bullet mould and powder flask).
Lot 4Cased Colt .31 pocket revolver the 3 1/4 inch octagonal barrel engraved address Col.Colt London, the cylinder engraved with coaching scenes, Colt patent no.8568, matching serial numbers throughout, two piece wooden grips in fitted mahogany case with Colt patent bullet mould, associated powder flask, oil bottle and caps tin etc.
Lot 7Pair of 16 bore percussion officers belt/dueling pistols by Hollis & Sheath of Birmingham (circa 1849-1850), each with 7.5 inch round twist steel barrels, bead fore sights to the top flats, double platinum lines and plug, signed and foliate engraved back action blued steel lock plates, walnut full stock with German silver forend tips and vacant silver escutcheons, with blue steel ramrod, pipes, foliate engraved trigger guard, pineapple finials and checkered grips, with blue steel belt clips and swivel ramrods, in fitted mahogany case (with hook/eyes and lock & Key), the crimson lined interior fitted with accessories including steel bullet mould, copper sight, pistol flask, turn screw, oil flask, rosewood cap box and ivory handled brush.
Estimate: £4000 - £6000
Lot 17Presentation scale model of a Georgian field cannon, with cast brass 9 3/4 inch barrel with crowned GR mounted on field carriage (wheel A/F) on rectangular wooden plinth with white metal plaques inscribed 1/10 scale model 12 pounder smooth bore cannon 1796 Charles Marquess Cornwallis "This model was made by craftsmen apprentices at the Royal Ordinance factory, Blackburn, and presented to Mr E. J. Gammons director from January 1963 - March 1976".