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#0570 Pair of Patilla style Spanish Miguelette pistols, c,1690-1730, approx 60-caliber

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#0570 Pair of Patilla style Spanish Miguelette pistols, c,1690-1730, approx 60-caliber. Ornate metalwork on the 8” iron barrels and lockplates, unmarked as the maker. Fancy brass furnishings with crests on the wrists, reverse sideplates, and buttstocks. Very pretty and VERY impressive pair of some noblemans pistols and really need to be seen to be appreciated. There are lots of pictures of these neat old guns, about twenty in all, so if interested, be sure to e-mail me and I’ll forward them along to you. Aside of the one pistol missing the ramrod, this pair is about Fine overall. $4850 SALE: $3750






















Price: $3,750.00


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