Daily Archives: January 4, 2012

Jacob Kuchenreiter pistol

This pistol was made by the nephew of Johann Christoph Kuchenreiter. It is very similar in construction to the pair of pistols by Johann listed on this site, although smaller in size, having a 6.5 inch barrel. It is signed … Continue reading

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A Pair of 18th Century Pistols by I. Christoph Kuchenreuter

These pistols have nicely blued 9 & 3/4 inch octagon barrels with silver engraved names across the flat of the barrel; ” I. CHRISTOPH KUCHENREITER “. This is Johann Christoph Kuchenreiter. Iohann Christoph Kuchenreiter Steinweg bei Regensburg Baye ca. 1670 … Continue reading

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18th Century Spanish Miquelet Pistol by Domingo

This is a really nice belt pistol by well known Spanish gun maker,  Domingo, as marked on the rear of the barrel in a gold recessed stamp ” DOMINGO MAS “. The stock looks to be walnut and is nicely … Continue reading

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Colt Cased 1849 Pocket Revolver

This original cased Colt has all matching serial numbers – 118568 and all of the cylinder scene is clear and visible. The serial number indicates a manufacturing date in the mid 1850’s. It is 31 caliber and has a 4″ … Continue reading

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18th Century plug bayonet

This dagger or plug bayonet has a ten inch spear pointed blade, with a brass hilt, spiral-shaped green horn handle and a brass pommel.    

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American Revoltionary War Flintlock Pistol

This pistol is American made. It is made of scavenged American and European parts. The stock is local walnut, barrel is probably French, lock is Dutch, the brass hardware looks like a mix. The barrel is .69 caliber, 7 & … Continue reading

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American Kentucky pistol

This is a medium sized pistol with an 8 & 1/4 inch octagon barrel and brass furniture. It is probably Ohio or New England in origin but not identified. It is a 19th century piece with a nice artificially striped … Continue reading

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1776 Silver Mounted English Officers Pistol by Griffin & Towe

This lovely pistol came from a home in Mystic Connecticut and has initials engraved on the silver wrist plate of H S . The lock is marked ” Griffin & Towe “, which are well known English gun makers from … Continue reading

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