Tinder-pistol of iron (length 6 ins), with wooden
Tinder-pistol of iron (length 6 ins), with wooden butt; butt inlaid with stag's horn; no candle-socket; tinder-compartment at side, a floral design engraved on its lid; probably made by some member of the Descos family, judging from its resemblance to examples made by them noticed above; no foot; probably early 18th century. France or Flanders. [Nos 1047-1075 are all of iron or brass and have wooden butts. All have external mechanisms].
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- Wilkinson Sword Ltd.
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