BONNY & GRANGER
A 40-BORE FLINTLOCK BOXLOCK TURN-OFF TRAVELLING PISTOL WITH SPRUNG BAYONET, no visible serial number,
for between 1827-35, with round iron 2 1/2in. barrel (frozen), false rifling and broad engraved band at muzzle, underslung triangular form bayonet retained via the trigger-guard bow, squared border and scroll engraved boxlock action with central cock, sliding safe to the top-tang and walnut slab-sided butt with oval escutcheon to wrist
Provenance: Bonny, a gunmaker from Preston only partnered Granger of West Bromwich for a period of approximately eight years.
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