Identified Cased Nock Pistols
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Identified Cased Nock Pistols, c. early 19th century, walnut stocks with checkered grips, engraved iron fittings, tail of the lockplates engraved with foliate designs, and marked H. NOCK under the pans, octagonal damascus barrels marked on the top H. NOCK. LONDON. GUNMAKER TO HIS MAJESTY, wooden ramrods with horn tips, wooden case with green velvet lining, containing a bullet mold, key, powder measure, and a cleaning rod/ball starter, marked on a brass plate on the top of the box MAR'QUIS OF WORCESTER/1ST. LIFE GUARDS, case wd. 8 3/4, ht. 2 1/2, lg. 17 3/8 in.
Provenance: From the collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society.
Stocks have a few light dings and nicks, the barrels retain about 80% of the damascus, with some light pitting near the vents, the locks function properly, case has a few dings and nicks, and some of the velvet is worn.
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