Original French Napoleonic Model An XIII Flintlock Cavalry Pistol made at Maubeuge Arsenal - dated 1807
Guns International #: 101567282 Seller's Inventory #: 12/14/20
Category: Antique Pistols - Flintlock - Military Pistols - Antique
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Seller: Jay D.
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First Name: Jay
Country: United States
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This is the Classic Military Flintlock Pistol of the Napoleonic era, made at the IMPERIAL ARSENAL at Maubeuge,
an arms Manufacturing installation in Maubeuge, France, to the North-east of Paris, from 1806 until 1812...
It is Marked on the lock-plate Manuf. Imp. de / Maubeuge in scroll engraving below a proof mark.
Brass mounts on walnut wood stock fitted with large skull-crusher butt cap, and dated 1807 on the barrel.
A very nice example of the French Dragoon pistol of the French Napoleonic era. Works perfectly, holding at
half cock and firing when fully cocked.
A pistol that may well have seen service at WATERLOO. Ready to display!
Napoleonic flintlock pistols are very popular with collectors and are highly likely to increase in value as they get much harder to find keeping in mind the interest generated by the bi-centenary held in 2015, of the Battle of Waterloo (June of 1815).