A fine pair of English Queen Anne cannon barrelled flintlock pistol by Willmore London. Circa 1740. The side plates engraved with the makers name Willmore on one side and London on the other sides. Possibly James Wilmore (circa 1740) who had a workshop in Leicester fields London and was gun maker to King George 11. 2.5 inch screw off cannon barrels. London proof marks. Engraved trigger guards. Nice crisp actions. Some minor dings and scratches during their working life, otherwise in very good crisp condition. Ref 3348.
This is an obsolete antique pistol and is sold as a collectors item only.
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