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Richard da Mota
Richard da Mota • 38 weeks ago

An Exceptionally fine pair of English Flintlock Duelling Pistols by William Smith of London circa 1806-1816. William Smith was appointed Royal Gunmaker to the Prince Regent in 1817, to King George IV in 1820 and shortly thereafter appointed Gunmaker to the Emperor of Russia.

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