Original Turkish Flintlock Barbary Pirate Style Holster Pistol - Circa 1820
Original Item: Only One Available. Typical flintlock holster pistol 18 inches in overall length made in Turkey for the Middle Eastern market around 1820. Full brass mounts, imitation European style ramrod facsimile, as ramrods were carried separately. Decorated stock with silver wire, studs and carvings and heavily embossed brass butt cap. Embossed silver decoration to front of the barrel.
Shows damage to left side of fore stock.
As used by the Barbary pirates and all around the North African coast and throughout the Middle East during the 1800s, this is a genuine example of which many copies were later made for sale in street bazaars. Own the real thing!
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