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Old 27th June 2019, 03:24 PM   #1
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Default Queen Anne Pistol by John Harman, London

Some time ago I could afford a further Queen-Anne pistol made by John HARMAN of London. A very nice piece in good condition with the silver hallmarks of London and of the silversmith "JS" of James Shruder on the but cap. For me, this type of flintlock pistols is most attractive and desirable and represents particularly the taste in weapons manufacture during the 18th century.
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