A 50-BORE FLINTLOCK TAP-ACTION OVER-UNDER TRAVELLING-PISTOL WITH SPRUNG BAYONET, no visible serial number,
circa 1820, with round 2in. Birmingham proofed turn-off barrels starred at the muzzles for a key (barrels frozen), numbered '2' and '3' respectively, border and scroll engraved boxlock action signed on the left side 'SOUTHALL, LONDON, the right with trigger catch retaining a short bayonet with 1 1/2in. triangular cross-section blade, central cock and pan with tap-handle to left, sliding safe to top-tang, well replaced chequered walnut bag-shaped butt and concealed automatic trigger, iron surfaces cleaned with some pitting present
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