STEPHEN GRANT & SON
A PAIR OF 12-BORE 'TWELVE-TWENTY' W. BAKER 1913 PATENT ASSISTED-OPENING SIDELOCK EJECTORS, serial no. 17776 / 7,
28in. nitro chopperlump barrels, the tubes engraved 'STEPHEN GRANT & SONS. 7. BURY STREET. St. JAMES'S, LONDON.', the ribs gold-inlaid '1' and '2' and scroll-engraved at the breech-ends, 2 1/2in. chambers, bored approx. imp. cyl. and 1/2 choke, No.2 partially repaired dent right tube, slender W. Baker patent assisted-opening actions, patent no.16778 of 22nd March 1913, with Baker patent ejectors, fluted acanthus fences, removable striker discs, toplevers gold-inlaid '1' and '2', automatic safeties with gold-inlaid 'SAFE' details, best fine border and acanthus scroll engraving, retaining traces of colour-hardening, 14 1/4in. stocks (No.2 likely historic replacement), weight 6lb. 1oz., in their brass-cornered oak and leather case
Provenance: The makers have kindly confirmed that this pair was completed in September 1942 for Frank S. Evans.
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