AN UNUSUAL CASED .41 RIMFIRE OVER-UNDER DERRINGER PISTOL SIGNED DAKOTA, no visible serial number,
Spanish circa 1885 and similar to the Remington Double Derringer product but with 3 1/8in. barrels, carved flat sighting rib with crescent fore-sight and signed in raised etched gothic letters 'DAKOTA', faint traces of an 'Eibar' signature beneath, automatic extracting mechanism linked to top hinge, open iron frame with swing opening catch to the right hand side, spur trigger, central hammer with auto-indexing nose, smooth bulbous walnut birdshead grips semi inlet into frame, minimal traces of finish and together with a possibly period walnut and pine case relined and compartmented in blue baize, a reproduction 'Dakota' trade label for a dealer in Mexico City inside lid, with provision for two rounds of ammunition (absent) and a cleaning rod (present)
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Sold as an exempt item under Section 58 (2) of the 1968 Firearms Act, to be held as a curiosity or ornament