A RARE .58 WILLIAM IV SEA SERVICE FLINTLOCK PISTOL, CIRCA 1830, no visible serial number,
with 9in. barrel struck with the Kings proofs at the breech, swivel rammer hinged at muzzle, border-line engraved lock bearing the Crowned 'W.R.' cypher to the centre together with the small crown arrow inspection stamp, and ring-neck cock, regulation brass mounted full walnut stock with belt hook fitted to the left-side of the pistol, the stock has been coated with a dark shellac with possible repair between barrel tang and lock, a sharp good looking pistol
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