A scarce British military .69 calibre officer's flintlock pistol engraved on the lock "Cutler". Circa 1807-1811. (Probably Richard Cutler of Birmingham, he had a workshop at Lench Street, Birmingham, circa 1807-1811). Brass trigger-guard, standard brass military side plate and heavy butt cap. Two British proof marks stamped at the breech on the 8.5 inch barrel. Iron swivel captive ramrod. C.T. 37 engraved on the brass butt-cap. Approx .69 calibre. Overall length 15 inches. Good working action. In good condition showing some minimal signs of use and wear. This gunsmith is known to have made guns for the British ordnance department during the Napoleonic era.
This is an obsolete antique pistol and is sold as a collectors item only.
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