Pair of Boxlock Flintlock Pistols by Bunney, c. 1777, walnut stocks with ornate silver wire inlays, silver escutcheon plates, and silver grotesque mask buttplates, brass barrels and frames, marked on the left side BUNNEY, and on the right LONDON, engraved with foliate designs, with proof marks under the barrels, overall lg. 13 in.
Provenance: Found in a home in New Jersey.
Both in very god condition, and the locks function properly.
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