Authentic Antique Arms | Flintlocks

Pair of Queen Anne Flintlocks by Brazier c1750

A quality pair of genuine round frame Queen Anne pistols. Most likely made by the John son of William Brazier before 1750. John Brazier was active from 1741 the London proofs are early proof marks.
The .44 caliber screw off barrels measure 2 ¼ inches with both pistols measuring 8 ¼ inches. At present the barrels are stuck fast.
The rounded frames are foliate engraved with ‘BRAZIER’ engraved in a banner on the left side. ‘London’ is engraved in front of the frizzen and the early London proofs and ‘RE’ are found in front of the trigger guard.
The actions on both pistols are strong.
The butt caps appear to be silver but no English hallmarks are present. One of the caps is a little loose.
The silver wiring on the walnut grips is in fine condition.
Overall a very nice pair of Queen Anne flintlock pistols.
Sold as collector items only.
Price includes shipping in Australia, lay buy available.

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