Original British Flintlock Pistol of the Thames River Police by Nock
Original Item: Only One Available. This is a fine original brass 8-inch barrel flintlock pistol with all brass mounts manufactured by Henry Nock of London.
Barrel marked with:
Trigger guard marked:
The brass butt cap marked:
The oval brass escutcheon marked:
Pretty safe to say that this Police pistol was in fact number 15! Offered nice cleaned display condition this pistol retains both the original brass tipped ramrod and iron belt hook mounted on a triangular brass side plate opposite the lock. Showing some wear from years and years of polishing, this is a very hard to fine rare pistol, circa 1810.
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