A fine pair of English high quality .50 cal percussion pocket pistols by Henderson of Aberdeen. Circa 1830-1840. The 3 inch octagonal screw-off barrels engraved with the makers name Henderson Aberdeen. William Henderson had a workshop on King Street Aberdeen (C.1823-1858). British proof marks stamped to the underside of each barrel as well as on both breeches. Drop down triggers. Flat sided walnut butts with oval silver escutcheons. The percussion hammers of dolphin design. The actions are both in very good working order. In good condition, a nice example of a pair of percussion pistols carried during the mid-19th century for personal protection. Overall length approx 8 inches. Ref 3215.
These are obsolete antique pistols and are sold as collectors items only.
No Licence is required in the United Kingdom.
We are pleased to accept payment by debit card / credit card, or direct bank transfer, we make no extra charge for paying by card when you pay online using the World-Pay payment gateway, it is simple and very easy to use and protects both the buyer as well as the seller. Simply click the buy-it button on the item that you wish to buy, you will automatically be taken to the World-Pay secure site to enter your payment details.
We carry in stock the largest selection of genuine antique weapons for sale in Great Britain. Every item is guaranteed to be original. Single items and collections always wanted. Please call us if you have any items for sale. We will pay top international prices for good items. All transactions are treated in strict confidence. Immediate payment. Establish since 1968. Trade member of the BASC. The British Association for Shooting and Conservation.
Product Code:3215 in stock now