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Old 15th March 2019, 05:39 PM   #1
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Is there anybody in this forum who is familiar with the history of flintlockpistols of the Dutch army and the VOC - United East India Company in the 18. century?
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Old 16th March 2019, 09:18 AM   #2
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I do know a little bit about it but the absolute specialist/authority in the field of Dutch firearms is Jan Piet Puype.

Hereby a list of his publications including Visser collection volumes

http://www.adviesoudewapens.nl/bibliografie.html

his contact details are stated on his website

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I do know a little bit about it but the absolute specialist/authority in the field of Dutch firearms is Jan Piet Puype.

Hereby a list of his publications including Visser collection volumes

http://www.adviesoudewapens.nl/bibliografie.html

his contact details are stated on his website

best,
Jasper

ps"if you meet him, please give him my regards


A BIG Thank You, that was great a help
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