A 16-BORE FLINTLOCK BRASS-BARRELLED BLUNDERBUSS WITH SPRUNG BAYONET, SIGNED 'NOYES', no visible serial number,
circa 1825, with two-stage banded 14in. barrel, top-mounted triangular section bayonet released via a catch on the top-tang, Birmingham proofs, plain stepped tail roller-frizzen lock with engraved detail and signed 'NOYES' forwards of the hammer, walnut full-stock with exposed muzzle and chequered 'shotgun' butt, brass furniture and horn-tipped ramrod, two hairline cracks in fore-end,
Other Notes: This is probably the work of Richard Noyes of Warminster who was recorded working between 1821-1830
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