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A superb percussion gun by Geschkat in Danzig.    provenance:	 	Northern Germany dating:	 	mid-19th Century.

A superb percussion gun by Geschkat in Danzig. provenance: Northern Germany dating: mid-19th Century.

Wheellock rifle. Steel-chiseler: Caspar Spät (German, Munich, ca. 1611–1691). Stock maker: Elias Becker (German, Augsburg, recorded 1633–74). Date: ca. 1640–50. Culture: German, Munich and Augsburg. Medium: Steel, chiseled, blued, and gilt; fruitwood, inlaid with engraved staghorn and bone. | © 2000–2014 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Wheellock rifle. Steel-chiseler: Caspar Spät (German, Munich, ca. 1611–1691). Stock maker: Elias Becker (German, Augsburg, recorded 1633–74). Date: ca. 1640–50. Culture: German, Munich and Augsburg. Medium: Steel, chiseled, blued, and gilt; fruitwood, inlaid with engraved staghorn and bone. | © 2000–2014 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

A heavily chisled and sculpted percussion rifle by Giacomo Rinzi of Milan, Italy, mid 19th century.

A heavily chisled and sculpted percussion rifle by Giacomo Rinzi of Milan, Italy, mid 19th century.

An elegant flintlock pistol,    provenance:	 	North Italy dating:	 	18th Century.

An elegant flintlock pistol, provenance: North Italy dating: 18th Century.

A luxurious gold plated percussion pistol used during the mid 19th century.

A luxurious gold plated percussion pistol used during the mid 19th century.

Ottoman miquelet, late 18th century, steel, wood, ivory, brass, mother-of-pearl, paste jewels, caliber, .49 in. (12.45 mm), length, 60 3/4 in. (154.31 cm), Inscribed on the lock: "Muhammad Ayyubi;". The miquelet is an early and sturdy form of flintlock popular throughout the Ottoman Empire from the seventeenth into the early twentieth century. Several elaborately decorated guns very similar to this example are still preserved in Istanbul, possibly made for the Ottoman Imperial guard.

Ottoman miquelet, late 18th century, steel, wood, ivory, brass, mother-of-pearl, paste jewels, caliber, .49 in. (12.45 mm), length, 60 3/4 in. (154.31 cm), Inscribed on the lock: "Muhammad Ayyubi;". The miquelet is an early and sturdy form of flintlock popular throughout the Ottoman Empire from the seventeenth into the early twentieth century. Several elaborately decorated guns very similar to this example are still preserved in Istanbul, possibly made for the Ottoman Imperial guard.

A fine pair of flintlock travelling pistols by Perrin Freres, France, 19th century.

A fine pair of flintlock travelling pistols by Perrin Freres, France, 19th century.

A flintlock pistol by G. Banchi, dating: late 18th Century  provenance: Brescia .

A flintlock pistol by G. Banchi, dating: late 18th Century provenance: Brescia .

A superb engraved transition percussion revolver by Ellis,   provenance:	 	London dating:	 	mid-19th Century.

A superb engraved transition percussion revolver by Ellis, provenance: London dating: mid-19th Century.

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