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A Purdey double-barrelled rifle with damascened barrels no. 4378
Maker:  Maker Unknown
A Purdey double-barrelled rifle with damascened barrels no. 4378, with spare set of barrels. A Charles Lancaster double-barrelled deer stalking rifle with damascened barrels, 1849, no. 2053. Provenance: Sidney, 1st baron Herbert of Leigh. A Purdey double-barrelled deer stalking rifle, 1853, no. 15429. Provenance: 4th Marquess of Bath. A Purdey double-barrelled pinfire shotgun, 1863, 12-bore, with damascened barrels, no. 6611. Provenance: 3rd Viscount de Vesci. A Purdey double-barrelled muzzle loading shotgun, 1864, 12-bore, with damascened barrels, no.6751. Provenance: 4th Marquess of Bath. A pair of Purdey double-barrelled hammer guns, nos. 10180 and 10181, 12-bore, with damascened barrels. Provenance: 5th Marquess of Bath. A Purdey double-barrelled hammerless non-ejector shotgun, 12-bore, 1886, no. 12461. Provenance: 5th Marquess of Bath. A pair of double-barrelled 12-bore side-lock ejector shotguns with bouquet engraving by J Purdey, the 30in. barrels of 'Sir Joseph Whitworth's Fluid Pressed Steel', nos. 16419 and 16420 (both with signs of wear). A pair of percussion cap officer's holster pistols by Henry Tatham, London, cased. An antique muzzle loading Adams revolver, 1851, supplied by Wilkinson & Son, London, cased. A pair of flintlock duelling pistols by Gardener of Newcastle, circa 1815, cased. Two percussion cap double-barrelled pistols, one signed Alden & Smith, the other by C. Lancaster. A Purdey double-barrelled rifle hammer-gun, no. 4967. An Army/Navy rifle, no. 11312.
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