A .65 FLINTLOCK TRAVELLING PISTOL BY BRANDER & POTTS, CIRCA 1820, no visible serial number,
6in. heavy round barrel, the breech flat engraved '70 MINORIES, LONDON' and struck with London proofs, the lock with stepped tail and bolt safety, engraved with makers name 'BRANDER & POTTS' to centre, raised semi waterproof pan, ring-neck cock, brass mounted full walnut stock, with flattened fishtail style grip, complete with original horn tipped wooden rammer with worm
Provenance: Martin Brander and Thomas Potts were established as a partnership trading from 70 Minories and Goodmans Yard London circa 1802 to 1827. They were contractors to the Board of Ordnance circa 1815-1820.
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