Original Matched Pair of Percussion Officer Pistols- Circa 1842
Original Items: Only One Pair Available.
Made in Liege, Belgium and signed under the barrel "PLOMDEUR" for Nicholas Plomdeur of Liege began work in 1842.
Features include- smooth hexagonal 7.5 inch barrels with an overall length of almost 14 inches. All steel mounts show decorative engraving including shell designed butt traps with nice checkered walnut stocks. The ramrods are ivory tipped, one is broken but the break is well hidden within the stock, the second ramrod is jammed in place but can be oiled and loosened with some effort.
Offered in unaltered, un-cleaned, straight out of the attic but quite fine condition.
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