Description: A pair of percussion pistols by Felix Meier, dating: circa 1700 provenance: Austria Beautiful, smooth, round, damascened, blued, 15 mm cal. barrels, at the rib the golden mark "FELIX MEIER IN WIEN", square base with sight, foresight; converted locks signed en suite and engraved with effigy of knights on horseback; wooden full stocks, brass mounts in the high quality, typical of the famous gunsmith, pierced counter-plates, lion heads at the butt-plates, small shields with bust, engraved trigger guards, horn-tipped wooden ramrods.For Felix Meier see "Der Neue Stoeckel", Vol. II, page 788. dimensions: length 43 cm.
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