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SUNDIAL CANNON: This curious time piece is an excellent example of the now scarce sundial guns. The variant pictured is of marble, brass and glass construction dating from approximately 1850. The cannon is a brass miniature fixture with a .30 caliber bore.

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SUNDIAL CANNON: This curious time piece is an excellent example of the now scarce sundial guns. The variant pictured is of marble, brass and glass construction dating from approximately 1850. The cannon is a brass miniature fixture with a .30 caliber bore.

Remington Cane Gun - This Remington cane gun with a finely carved ivory duck head handle was one of the deluxe options offered with this .32 caliber rimfire accoutrement, well-suited for any well-dressed gentleman of the 1870s or 1880s. To prevent dirt or mud from getting up inside the bore, while strolling along the boulevard, a fitted end piece that would be removed before firing was also part of the cane gun ensemble. NRA National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, VA.

Marlin M1893 Rifle - Marlin offered the 1893 in the standard rifle, carbine & even as lightweight rifles & muskets. If one wanted a 30" barrel, the musket could be had, although the standard rifle came in lengths up to 32". Calibers offered in the Model 1893 Marlin included .25-36, .30-30, .32 Special, .32-40 and .38-55. Round or octagonal barrels could be had or even a combination part-round, part-octagonal could be chosen. At the National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, VA.

Ann Patrick Double Rifle - Our GOTD is a percussion double rifle built by Ann Patrick of Liverpool. With big .70 caliber bores, this double rifle was likely manufactured when Ann Patrick had her shop from 1820-1830 at 44 Strand Street and was the daughter of Jeremiah Patrick, a noted flintlock gunmaker of Liverpool. The unique engraving on this piece also gives you the chance to see something looking back to you when you examine the patchbox. At the NRA National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, VA.

The ancient sundial dating from the Greco-Roman period found in Polichrono in Chalkidiki [Credit: Greek Reporter] One of the rarest sundials dating from the Greco-Roman period was found in Polichrono in Chalkidiki, northern Greece. This sundial is not a usual one as it shows the correct time at any given place.

A very scarce twenty-shot centerfire revolver. provenance: Europe dating: third quarter of the 19th Century