Where can I buy an antique flintlock pistol?
A pair of antique 22 bore flintlock silver mounted turn off pistols by James Freeman (Jnr) London. A Pair of Large 20 Bore Manstopper Flintlock Pocket Pistols by Lacy of London. A pair of antique 54 bore flintlock box lock pistols by I Collis, Oxford.
What’s the value of an old flint gun?
Flint and other early pattern gun have been made in these regions for sale to tourists for centuries, and are still being made today. They are often artificially aged and sold as old guns. The majority that show up in the US tend to have little value beyond decorators, altho some of the older ones may have some value.
When did Andrew Bottomley make his flintlock pistols?
A Fine Pair of Irish Flintlock Pistols made by RAINSFORD of DUBLIN Ref 1586. A fine pair of large bore iron barrelled flintlock military style holster pistols engraved on the lock-plates “E & W BOND” Circa 1820-1830. Ref 9947. A fine Pair of Napoleonic Brass Mounted French Cannon Barrel Officer’s Flintlock Pistols.
Which is better a flintlock gun or a percussion gun?
Among American made guns, GENERALLY flintlock will be worth more than percussion (guns that started as flintlock, were converted to percussion, and more recently converted back to flintlock will bring less than original flintlocks); full stock will be worth more than half stock; rifles tend to bring more than fowlers.
When did the flintlock percussion gun come out?
Flintlock, Percussion Guns and Accessories. Ref: 355 – c1830 Personalised Percussion Turn-Over Over Pistol. In sleeper condition. A Percussion Sea Service Pistol, Dated 1847.
What kind of pistols are in antique shops?
A Pair of Large 20 Bore Manstopper Flintlock Pocket Pistols by Lacy of London. A pair of antique 54 bore flintlock box lock pistols by I Collis, Oxford. Pair of 18 bore ottoman silver mounted flintlock holster pistols.