Pistol flag

Object description :

"Pistol "
Pistol, "MITRAILLEUSE" model, 1st Version from 1893, arms and cycles of St-Etienne manufacture. Semi-automatic pistol, patent of Etienne Minnard & Pierre BLACHON, it was produced from 1893 to 1897. From 1897 to 1913, he will carry the nomination "LE GAULOIS". It was produced by the arms and cycles manufacture of St-Etienne, founded by Etienne Minnard. Produced in several finishes from the simplest to the most luxurious. Marking on the back of the barrel "MITRAILLEUSE", luxury finish, carcass and barrel entirely engraved with decorations of flowers and nickel-plated. Has the manufacturing number, "3848", under the barrel. Ebonite plate with its original numbers and intact from any blows, chips or cracks, striated and with geometric decorations. Caliber: 8 mm, capacity 5 shots. In a leather case in the shape of a cigar case bearing the mark of a hunting horn. It consists of two compartments opening at each end. One is used for the pistol, the other for the reserve of 10 cartridges. Pistol in close to new condition, made offline, finished with the utmost care. Total length: 13 cm Barrel length: 5.5 cm Height: 6.2 cm Case: Length: 13.5 cm Width: 7.5 cm Thickness: 3 cm In very good condition and use, see Pictures. Shipping costs included for FRANCE
Price : 1900 €
Artist : Etienne Minnard & Pierre Blachon
Period:19th century
Style:Other Style
Condition : Très bon état

Material : Acier --cuir
Length: totale : 13 cm --canon : 5,5 cm / etui longueur 13,5 cm
Width : etui : 7,5 cm
Diameter : calibre : 8 mm -- capacite 5 coups
Height : pistolet : 6,2 cm

Reference : 618956
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