Collectible Firearms and Edged Weapons

Kristopher J. Gasior

P.O. Box 8327 Fredericksburg, VA 22404-8327 USA

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Antique Pistols - Flintlock

Shipping Terms: We ship handguns by USPS Priority Mail with Signature Confirmation. We charge standard shipping fee of $20 for the first ordered handgun, and $10 for each additional one. The above rates are valid only in the continental USA. International shipping is available at the cost. We take checks and money orders. We also accept Western Union and MoneyGram transfers.

Model, Price, Number & Pictures

Description & Condition

Balkan/Turkish Miquelet Pistol

Caliber: 15 mm

Price: $1275

Inventory # apf_0076

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DESCRIPTION: Very decorative 19th Century Balkan/Turkish flintlock pistol. The style of the pistol reflects both, Oriental and European influences. Round barrel. Miquelet lock. The lock plate does not show any markings. Balkan style stock decorated with geometrical pattern carving. Iron counter plate and trigger guard. Brass barrel tang with nice engraving. Non-functional wooden ramrod is a part of the stock. Simple, brass wire barrel band. The pistols of this pattern were used extensively in many wars in the Balkans. CONDITION: The pistol is in overall fine, all original condition. All the iron parts of the pistol, including the barrel, are covered with brown patina. Some roughness on the left side of the barrel, near the stock line (please, see pictures). The stock is in fine good condition with some minor handling marks and light dings. There is a hairline crack in the right/front part of the stock, just in front of the lockplate (please, see pictures). The miquelet lock works fine. The bore is in very good condition. The pistol does not show any repairs. All the parts are original to the pistol. Attractive 19th century Balkan/Turkish flintlock pistol! Overall length: 13.75 inch. Barrel length: 8.25 inch. (Ref. "Islamic Weapons. Maghrib to Moghul", by Anthony C. Tirri, p.165)

Greek Miquelet Pistol

Caliber: 16 mm

Price: $2750

Inventory # apf_0075

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DESCRIPTION: Good quality Greek 19th Century miquelet pistol. The style of the pistol reflects both, Oriental and European influences. Miquelet lock. The lock plate does not show any markings. Typical Balkan style stock is covered with brass plates, that are decorated with engraved floral and geometrical motifs. Brass butt with nice engravings. Brass trigger guard. Half-octagonal, half-round barrel. The upper part of the barrel displays some floral style decoration and a brass gunsmith mark (please, see pictures). Non-functional, decorative ramrod is a part of the stock. Two brass barrel bands. The pistol is of considerably higher quality than usually encountered. The pistols of this pattern were used extensively in many wars in the Balkans, including the Greek uprisings. CONDITION: The pistol is in overall fine condition. All the iron parts of the pistol, including the barrel, are covered with some patina. The stock is in fine condition with some dings and handling marks. There is a small crack in the brass plate on the left side of the stock between the counter screws. Some dents to the front brass barrel band (please, see pictures). Some wear to the non-functional cleaning rod (please, see pictures). The lock works fine. The bore is in very good condition. All the parts are original to the pistol. Overall length: 19.5 inch. Barrel length: 12 inch. Very attractive 19th century Greek pistol! (Ref. "Islamic Weapons. Maghrib to Moghul", by Anthony C. Tirri, pp.159-165)

Greek Miquelet Pistol

Caliber: 16 mm

Price: $2175

Inventory # apf_0074

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DESCRIPTION: Greek 19th Century miquelet pistol. The style of the pistol reflects both, Oriental and European influences. Miquelet lock. The lock plate does not show any markings. Typical Balkan style stock is covered with brass plates, that are decorated with engraved floral and geometrical motifs. Brass butt with nice engravings. Iron trigger guard. Half-octagonal, half-round barrel. The upper part of the barrel displays some floral style decoration and three brass gunsmith marks (please, see pictures). Simple, iron ramrod (crudely made, possibly an old replacement). The pistols of this pattern were used extensively in many wars in the Balkans, including the Greek uprisings. CONDITION: The pistol is in overall low fine condition. All the iron parts of the pistol, including the barrel, are covered with some patina. The stock is in very good condition with some dents, dings and handling marks. Some cracks and dents to the brass sheet covering the stock, just in front of the trigger guard (please, see pictures). The lock works fine. The bore is in very good condition. Overall length: 20 inch. Barrel length: 12 inch. (Ref. "Islamic Weapons. Maghrib to Moghul", by Anthony C. Tirri, pp.159-165)

Large Turkish/Middle Eastern Flintlock Pistol

Caliber: 16 mm

Price: $1175

Inventory # apf_0073

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DESCRIPTION: Large 19th Century Turkish/Middle Eastern flintlock pistol. The style of the pistol reflects both, Oriental and European influences. Half- round, half-octagonal barrel with engraved and silver inlaid floral motifs. French style lock plate with some light engraving. French style flintlock. These parts were very often imported to the Ottoman Empire from Western Europe. Brass butt, trigger guard and counter plate (all with some engraving). Simple iron ramrod. The upper part of the buttstock shows some carving. The middle part of the buttstock is covered with leather. The barrel bands are replacements. The stock was made from two pieces of wood. CONDITION: The pistol is in overall very good+ condition. All the iron parts of the pistol, including the barrel, are covered with light, uncleaned patina. The stock is in very good condition with some handling marks and dings. Minor wear to wood near the brass butt. There is a small crack to the lower part of the the stock, next to the trigger guard (please, see pictures). The lock works fine. The bore is in very good condition. Interesting 19th century Turkish/Middle Eastern flintlock pistol! Overall length: 19.25 inch. Barrel length: 12.25 inch. (Ref. "Islamic Weapons. Maghrib to Moghul", by Anthony C. Tirri, pp.161-165)

Very Decorative Balkan/Turkish Flintlock Pistol

Caliber: 16 mm

Price: $1675

Inventory # apf_0072

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DESCRIPTION: Very decorative 19th Century Balkan/Turkish flintlock pistol. The style of the pistol reflects both, Oriental and European influences. Nice, round barrel with floral style engraving. French style lock plate with some engraving. French style, very good quality flintlock. These parts were very often imported to Turkey from Western Europe. Typical Balkan style stock decorated with inlaid wire and iron plates. Iron counter plate, trigger guard and butt. The latter displays nice engravings. Simple wooden ramrod. The pistols of this pattern were used extensively in many wars in the Balkans, including the Greek uprisings. CONDITION: The pistol is in overall fine condition. All the iron parts of the pistol, including the barrel, are covered with nice, uniform light patina. The stock is in very good condition with some minor handling marks and light dings. There is a crack on the left side of the stock, just above the counter plate (please, see pictures). Some minor wear to the decorations on the stock, with a couple of small pieces of wire missing. The left side of the stock shows some wood filling material (just above the butt). The lock works fine. The bore is in very good condition. Attractive 19th century Balkan/Turkish flintlock pistol! Overall length: 19.25 inch. Barrel length: 11.5 inch. (Ref. "Islamic Weapons. Maghrib to Moghul", by Anthony C. Tirri, pp.161-165)

Turkish Flintlock Pistol

Caliber: 14 mm

Price: $875

Inventory # apf_0071

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DESCRIPTION: Large 19th Century Turkish flintlock pistol. The style of the pistol reflects both, Oriental and European influences. Half- round, half-octagonal barrel with engraved floral motifs and some fading wording. French style lock plate with unrecognizable markings. French style flintlock. These parts were very often imported to Turkey from Western Europe. Brass butt, nosecap and barrel band. Iron trigger guard and counter plate (the latter shows some engraving). Non-functional brass ramrod. The upper part of the buttstock shows some nice carving. The pistols of this pattern were used extensively in many wars in the Balkans, including the Greek uprisings. CONDITION: The pistol is in overall fine, all original condition. All the iron parts of the pistol, including the barrel, are covered with light, uncleaned patina. The stock is in very good condition with some minor handling marks and light dings. Minor wear to wood near the brass butt. There is a small crack on the left side of the stock, just above the counter plate (please, see pictures). The lock works fine. The bore is in very good condition. The pistol does not show any repairs. All the parts are original to the pistol. Attractive 19th century Turkish flintlock pistol! Overall length: 17 inch. Barrel length: 10.25 inch. (Ref. "Islamic Weapons. Maghrib to Moghul", by Anthony C. Tirri, pp.161-165)

Albanian "Rat Tail" Miquelet Pistol

Caliber: 16 mm

Price: $875

Inventory # apf_0070

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DESCRIPTION: Profusely decorated early 19th Century Albanian miquelet "rat tail" pistol. Albania was a part of the Ottoman Empire at the time. The region was famous for a large number of gun makers, who manufactured this kind of pistol in big quantities for the Ottoman army. The entire stock is covered with lightly engraved brass plates, which is a characteristic feature of Albanian pistols. The pistol is decorated with ornamental motifs. The barrel displays light engraving and a combination of letters (please, see pictures). Half-octagonal, half-round barrel. One brass barrel band decorated in oriental motifs. The ramrod is missing. The pistols of this pattern were used extensively in many wars in the Balkans, including the Greek uprisings. CONDITION: The pistol is in overall fine, all original condition. The barrel shows some patina and handling marks (please, see pictures). The stock is solid and nicely preserved. The bore is in very good condition. The pistol does not show any repairs. All the parts are original to the pistol. Overall length: 20 inch. Barrel length: 11.25 inch. Nice example of the Albanian "Rat Tail" miquelet pistol. (Ref. "Islamic Weapons. Maghrib to Moghul" , by Anthony C. Tirri, p.159)

Beautiful Turkish Flintlock Blunderbuss Pistol ("Knee Pistol")

Price: $6750

Inventory # apf_0069

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DESCRIPTION: Profusely decorated late 18th/early 19th century Turkish flintlock blunderbuss pistol. Some sources identify this type of rifle-style firearm as a "Knee Pistol". The name came from the way of firing the gun by the horse rider, when the butt was pressed against the knee. Round, Spanish-style barrel, with beautiful deep engraving in its rear part, and fantastic Islamic style gold inlays (koftgari) in its front part (please, see pictures). The barrel tang also displays a deep engraving. French style lockplate displays lightly engraved floral motifs and the gunmaker's signature. French style, very good quality flintlock. These parts were very often imported to Turkey from Western Europe. Some light floral engraving on the hammer and on some other part of the flintlock. Typical Turkish blunderbuss style stock with a beautifully shaped carbine buttstock. The entire stock is decorated in floral motifs with inletted brass wire. Iron buttplate, trigger guard and counter plate. The blunderbuss pistol is of considerably higher quality than usually encountered. CONDITION: Excellent. Beautifully preserved engraving and gold inlays on the barrel. Some light patina on the flint lock and on the lock plate. The iron trigger guard and butt plate are well preserved. The butt plate shows some occasional gray patina. The stock is in excellent condition with some small handling marks. Very small chip of wood is missing from the lower part of the butt stock, next to the butt plate (please, see pictures). Some decorative brass wires on the stock are getting loose. European style flintlock is in working order. Fantastic quality Turkish knee pistol! Overall length: 18.5 inches. Barrel length: 8.5 inches. Barrel diameter at the muzzle: 2 inch. (Ref. "Islamic Weapons. Maghrib to Moghul" , by Anthony C. Tirri, pp.126-128) 

Nice Greek Miquelet Pistol

Caliber: 16 mm

Price: $2750

Inventory # apf_0066

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DESCRIPTION: Nice 19th Century Greek miquelet pistol. The style of the pistol reflects both, Oriental and European influences. Miquelet lock. The lock plate does not show any markings. Typical Balkan style stock is covered with brass plates, that are decorated with engraved floral motifs. Brass trigger guard and butt. Both parts display nice engravings. Half-octagonal, half-round barrel. The upper part of the barrel displays some fading markings (please, see pictures). The ramrod is missing. The pistol is of considerably higher quality than usually encountered. The pistols of this pattern were used extensively in many wars in the Balkans, including the Greek uprisings. CONDITION: The pistol is in overall fine+, all original condition. All the iron parts of the pistol, including the barrel, are covered with some patina. The stock is in fine condition with some minor handling marks and light dings. The lock works fine. The bore is in very good condition. The pistol does not show any repairs. All the parts are original to the pistol. Very attractive 19th century Greek pistol! Overall length: 19 inch. Barrel length: 11.5 inch. (Ref. "Islamic Weapons. Maghrib to Moghul", by Anthony C. Tirri, pp.159-165)

Nice Albanian "Rat Tail" Miquelet Pistol

Caliber: 14 mm

Price: $1475

Inventory # apf_0065

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DESCRIPTION: Profusely decorated early 19th Century Albanian miquelet "rat tail" pistol. Albania was a part of the Ottoman Empire at the time. The region was famous for a large number of gun makers, who manufactured this kind of pistol in big quantities for the Ottoman army. The entire stock is covered with lightly engraved brass plates, which is a characteristic feature of Albanian pistols. The pistol is decorated with ornamental motifs. Round barrel with twisted steel pattern. The upper part of the barrel displays some fading markings (please, see pictures). One brass barrel band. Complete with an iron ramrod. The pistols of this pattern were used extensively in many wars in the Balkans, including the Greek uprisings. CONDITION: The pistol is in overall excellent, all original condition. The barrel shows some scattered light patina (please, see pictures). The stock is solid and nicely preserved. The bore is in very good condition. Miquelet lock is in working order. The pistol does not show any repairs. All the parts are original to the pistol. Overall length: 19.25 inch. Barrel length: 11.25 inch. Very nice example of the Albanian "Rat Tail" miquelet pistol. (Ref. "Islamic Weapons. Maghrib to Moghul" , by Anthony C. Tirri, p.159)

Albanian "Rat Tail" Miquelet Pistol

Caliber: 16 mm

Price: $975

Inventory # apf_0064

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DESCRIPTION: Profusely decorated early 19th Century Albanian miquelet "rat tail" pistol. Albania was a part of the Ottoman Empire at the time. The region was famous for a large number of gun makers, who manufactured this kind of pistol in big quantities for the Ottoman army. The entire stock is covered with lightly engraved brass plates, which is a characteristic feature of Albanian pistols. The pistol is decorated with ornamental motifs. The barrel displays a museum, or perhaps, a collection number (please, see pictures). Half-octagonal, half-round barrel. Two brass barrel band decorated in oriental motifs. Complete with an original iron ramrod. The pistols of this pattern were used extensively in many wars in the Balkans, including the Greek uprisings. CONDITION: The pistol is in overall fine, all original condition. The barrel shows some patina and/or light surface rust (please, see pictures). The stock is solid and nicely preserved. The bore is in very good condition. Miquelet lock is in working order. The pistol does not show any repairs. All the parts are original to the pistol. Overall length: 20 inch. Barrel length: 12 inch. Nice example of the Albanian "Rat Tail" miquelet pistol. (Ref. "Islamic Weapons. Maghrib to Moghul" , by Anthony C. Tirri, p.159)

Unusual Albanian/Turkish "Rat Tail" Miquelet Pistol

Caliber: 16 mm

Price: $2750

Inventory # apf_0063

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DESCRIPTION: Unusual, profusely decorated early 19th Century Albanian/Turkish miquelet "rat tail" pistol. Albania was a part of the Ottoman Empire at the time. The region was famous for a large number of gun makers, who manufactured this kind of pistol in big quantities for the Ottoman army. The entire stock is covered with lightly engraved iron and brass plates. This is is a characteristic feature of Albanian pistols. Most of these plates are made out of iron, rather than brass, which is a bit unusual for Albanian pistols. The hilt of the pistol displays Turkish, Trabizon style, decoration with some red corals and one semi-precious stone (please, see pictures). The pistol is decorated with ornamental motifs. Round barrel with twisted steel pattern. Complete with an original iron ramrod. The pistols of this pattern were used extensively in many wars in the Balkans, including the Greek uprisings. CONDITION: The pistol is in overall fine condition. The barrel shows some patina and/or surface rust (please, see pictures). The stock is nicely preserved. The bore is in very good condition. Miquelet lock is in working order. Overall length: 20 inch. Barrel length: 12.5 inch. Very nice example of the Albanian/Turkish "Rat Tail" miquelet pistol. (Ref. "Islamic Weapons. Maghrib to Moghul" , by Anthony C. Tirri, p.159)

Albanian "Rat Tail" Miquelet Pistol

Caliber: 14 mm

Price: $975

Inventory # apf_0062

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DESCRIPTION: Profusely decorated early 19th Century Albanian miquelet "rat tail" pistol. Albania was a part of the Ottoman Empire at the time. The region was famous for a large number of gun makers, who manufactured this kind of pistol in big quantities for the Ottoman army. The entire stock is covered with lightly engraved brass plates, which is a characteristic feature of Albanian pistols. The pistol is decorated with ornamental motifs. The lock plate displays the gun maker mark in Arabic characters. The left side of the barrel displays a museum, or perhaps, a collection number (please, see pictures). Half-octagonal, half-round barrel. Two brass barrel band decorated in oriental motifs. Complete with a simple iron ramrod (probably, a replacement). The pistols of this pattern were used extensively in many wars in the Balkans, including the Greek uprisings. CONDITION: The pistol is in overall fine, all original condition. The barrel shows some scattered light patina. The miquelet lock shows some brown patina. The stock is solid and nicely preserved. The bore is in very good condition. Miquelet lock is in working order. The pistol does not show any repairs. All the parts are original to the pistol, except for the ramrod. Overall length: 21.25 inch. Barrel length: 13 inch. Nice example of the Albanian "Rat Tail" miquelet pistol. (Ref. "Islamic Weapons. Maghrib to Moghul" , by Anthony C. Tirri, p.159)

Albanian "Rat Tail" Miquelet Pistol

Caliber: 16 mm

Price: $975

Inventory # apf_0061

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DESCRIPTION: Profusely decorated early 19th Century Albanian miquelet "rat tail" pistol. Albania was a part of the Ottoman Empire at the time. The region was famous for a large number of gun makers, who manufactured this kind of pistol in big quantities for the Ottoman army. The entire stock is covered with lightly engraved brass plates, which is a characteristic feature of Albanian pistols. The pistol is decorated with ornamental motifs. Half-octagonal, half-round barrel. Two brass barrel band decorated in oriental motifs. Complete with an original iron ramrod. The pistols of this pattern were used extensively in many wars in the Balkans, including the Greek uprisings. CONDITION: The pistol is in overall fine, all original condition. The barrel shows some patina and/or light surface rust (please, see pictures). The stock is solid and nicely preserved. The bore is in very good condition. Miquelet lock is in working order. The pistol does not show any repairs. All the parts are original to the pistol. Overall length: 22.25 inch. Barrel length: 13.5 inch. Nice example of the Albanian "Rat Tail" miquelet pistol. (Ref. "Islamic Weapons. Maghrib to Moghul" , by Anthony C. Tirri, p.159)

Elaborately Decorated Persian Miquelet Knee Pistol

Caliber: 16 mm

Price: $3575

Inventory # apf_0054

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DESCRIPTION: Profusely decorated Persian miquelet pistol from the early 19th Century. Some sources identify this type of the rifle-style firearm as a "Knee Pistol". The name came from the way of firing the gun by the horse rider, when the butt was pressed against the knee. The reference books usually identify this weapon as either Azari, or Persian. The pistol is decorated with ornamental motifs. Typical Azari/Persian blunderbuss style stock with carbine buttstock. The stock is decorated with inlaid bone and bronze pins. Bone buttplate. Good quality barrel with maker markings and some engraving. The pistol was either manufactured without the barrel band, or the latter is missing. No provision for the ramrod. CONDITION: The pistol is in overall fine, all original condition. The iron parts of the pistol, including the barrel and the miquelet lock are covered with brown patina. The front counter screw is missing. The stock shows some handling marks and light dings, but no cracks. Some minor wear to the decorations on the stock, with some small pieces missing. The lock needs adjustment, as the hammer does not stay open. The bore is in very good condition. The pistol does not show any repairs. All the parts are original to the pistol. Attractive early 19th century Persian knee pistol! Overall length: 20.75 inch. Barrel length: 13.5 inch. (Ref. "Islamic Weapons. Maghrib to Moghul", by Anthony C. Tirri, p. 203)

Very Decorative Balkan/Turkish Flintlock Pistol

Caliber: 18 mm

Price: $2475

Inventory # apf_0052

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DESCRIPTION: Very decorative 19th Century Balkan/Turkish flintlock pistol. The style of the pistol reflects both, Oriental and European influences. Half-octagonal, half-round barrel. French style lock plate with unrecognizable markings (they meant to be unrecognizable as most of the gun makers in the Balkan region were illiterate at the time). French style, very good quality flintlock. These parts were very often imported to Turkey from Western Europe. Typical Balkan style stock decorated with inlaid wire, mother of pearl and brass/iron plates. Iron counter plate, trigger guard and butt. The latter displays nice engravings. Non-functional wooden ramrod is a part of the stock. The pistols of this pattern were used extensively in many wars in the Balkans, including the Greek uprisings. CONDITION: The pistol is in overall fine, all original condition. All the iron parts of the pistol, including the barrel, are covered with brown patina. The stock is in very good condition with some minor handling marks and light dings. Some wear to the right side of the forestock, near the muzzle (please, see pictures). Some minor wear to the decorations on the stock, with a couple of small pieces of wire missing. The lock needs adjustment, as the trigger does not release the hammer every time. The bore is in very good condition. The pistol does not show any repairs. All the parts are original to the pistol. Attractive 19th century Balkan/Turkish flintlock pistol! Overall length: 19.5 inch. Barrel length: 14.5 inch. (Ref. "Islamic Weapons. Maghrib to Moghul", by Anthony C. Tirri, pp.161-165)

Turkish/ Middle Eastern Miquelet Pistol

Caliber: 16 mm

Price: $1475

Inventory # apf_0034

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DESCRIPTION: Turkish, or Middle Eastern 18/19th Century miquelet pistol. The pistol style copies both, European and Oriental patterns. The lock is similar to many locks found in Turkish miquelet muskets. The lightly carved stock may be of Turkish, or Middle Eastern origins. The miquelet hammer is also lightly engraved. Round barrel. Beautifully engraved back of the barrel. Some brass inlays on the barrel. Iron trigger guard shows a hand scratched number (perhaps a social security number of a previous owner, please, see pictures). Brass butt. Non-functional wooden ramrod is a part of the stock. CONDITION: The pistol is in overall fine condition. All the iron parts of the pistol, including the barrel, are covered with brown patina. Some cleaning marks are visible on the barrel. The stock is nice and without any cracks. Very good bore. Miquelet lock is in working order. The pistol does not show any repairs. Overall length: 20 inch. Barrel length: 13.5 inch.

A Matching Pair of Turkish Flintlock Pistols

Caliber: 16 mm

Price: $2475

Inventory # apf_0025

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DESCRIPTION: A matching pair of Turkish 19th Century flintlock pistols! The style copies the European patterns. Profusely decorated stocks are covered with brass and silver inlays. The lock plates and hammer are lightly engraved. Beautifully engraved backs of the barrels. Much nicer Turkish flintlock pistols, than usually seen! The pistols of this pattern were used extensively in many wars in the Balkans, including the Greek uprisings. CONDITION: The pistols are in overall fine, all original condition. Several pieces of silver wire inlays are missing from the stocks. The stocks are nice with only couple of hairline surface cracks. Very good bores. European style flintlocks are in working order. The pistols do not show any repairs. All original and complete. Overall length: 15.75 inch. Barrel length: 8.75 inch. A matching pair of Turkish flintlock pistols is difficult to find! (Ref. "Islamic Weapons. Maghrib to Moghul" , by Anthony C. Tirri, p.125)

Beautiful Caucasian/Cossack Men's Belt (19th Century)

Price: $1675

Inventory # dag_0066

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DESCRIPTION: Beautiful 19th century Caucasian/Cossack men's belt! Natural color high quality leather with elaborately decorated six silver niello fittings. The belt was an essential part of the Caucasian dress. The pistols and kindjals were usually attached to the belt in the society where every man was a warrior. No maker's signature is present on the silver fittings. Similar style belts were manufactured and used in both, Chechnia and Dagestan. This type of belt was also used by Russian Cossacks. CONDITION: Fine. The leather is still soft and flexible. The silver fittings are well preserved. Very attractive Caucasian belt! (Ref. "Chechen Arms" , by Isa Askhabov, pp.102-133 and pp.167-169).

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Collectible Firearms and Edged Weapons

Kristopher J. Gasior

P.O. Box 8327 Fredericksburg, VA 22404-8327 USA

Telephone/FAX# (540) 374-8124 (orders only!)

KGasior@aol.com

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