Details about Christies Fine Antique Arms, Armour & Collectors Firearms.Capt Hugh Roberts collChristies Fine Antique Arms, Armour & Collectors Firearms.Capt Hugh Roberts coll See original listing
02 Apr, 2014 17:29:01 BST
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braintree, Essex, United Kingdom
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A very fine French 20 Bore Silver mounted Flintlock sporting rifle
A Fine miniature Flintlock Grenade launcher from the Cabinet D’Armes of the Emperor Napoleon III
A magnificent pair of Imperial French ( First Empire) 40 Bore Flintlock pistols for a Senior General
A Magnificent Swedish Ormolu-Mounted sword of honour, presented by Carl Johan XIV King of Sweden and Norway
An extremely fine and very rare cased 60 Bore James Webley patent ‘Longspur’ ( second model) five shot single action percussion revolving sporting rifle
A Fine and very rare cased 80-BoreTranter patent ‘Double Trigger’ five shot Treble-action percussion revolver
A Fine and very rare cased 54 Bore Tranter patent ( Fourth Model) Five shot Double action percussion revolving sporting Carbine
A fine and very rare cased 100 Bore ball patent six shot double trigger percussion pocket revolver
A Very rare cased 80 bore Kerr patent five-shot double action percussion revolver
A Fine and rare cased 32 bore Adams patent five shot self cocking percussion revolving sporting rifle
A Magnificent cased 48 Bore James Webley patent ‘Longspur’ ( second model) Five shot single action percussion revolver
Various single action revolvers
Various pieces of Armour
Rapiers, Broadswords, Back swords, Halberds, daggers, a hunting Cleaver, Processional swords,Venetian Schiavona
A Note re postage
Regular visitors to my listings will know that I always try to offer affordable postage and am happy to combine additional items to bring the cost down. Earlier this year UK postal costs rose significantly and until now I have been able to absorb them. This is no longer the case so sadly I have had to raise my postage costs.
I am now using Royal Mail’s ‘Printed papers’ service which is still the cheapest way to send catalogues and I am still happy to combine postage wherever possible ( allowing for the postal service weight bands and restrictions) to reduce the cost to you.
I weigh each item before it is listed and only charge the actual amount of postage, there is nothing added on for my time, envelopes, travel to the post office etc.
I hope you will understand the need for this rise in costs and please be assured that I continue to strive to offer you the best cus