Rare and superb flintlock pistol with double unscrewing barrels, made in London, at 7 Charing Cross between 1785 and 1792 by John KNUBLEY (1750 Otley - 1795 London).
John KNUBLEY was ordained musket man and sheathing of the Prince of Wales, Duke of Clarence and prince Edward in 1790. His wife succeeded him in association with Brunn and Co until 1802 at 10 Charing Cross.
-Perfect mechanical operation, with a very frank percussion.
-Perfect operation of the lateral system of permutation of the barrels.
-chest in engraved bronze and signed by Knubley London (signature before 1792)
-grip in walnut
-British control punches under chest.
Original pistol, from the end of the eighteenth century, in its patina, with small traces and scratches of use of its more than 200 years but remained in a superb preserved and functioning condition.
Shipping against signature in insured value
- Land van herkomst
- Verenigd Koninkrijk
- John KNUBLEY London - Arquebusier du Prince de Galles
- bronze double canons
- Type wapen
- Double (side by side)
- 12mm cal
- Fabricage jaar
- Totale lengte
- 200 mm
- Loop/lemmet lengte
- 60 mm