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Old 27th April 2012, 03:15 PM   #1
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Default A Nice Brace of 'Military' Wheellock Saddle Pistols, of Suhl Type, ca. 1635-40

From the heyday of the Thirty Years War, retaining their original iron-capped ramrods; sold at Probus, Stockholm.
As there are minor differences, e.g. on the wheel brackets, they do not form a genuine pair but should be called 'two of some similar though different series'.

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