18th/19th Century Flintlock Rifle crafted by Nicholas Noel Boutet, Nicholas Noel Boutet was a French gunmaker during the late 18th and early 19th century popular for making fine quality pieces. Clientele included various wealthy nobles, European rulers, and even the Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte. While the flintlock rifle above is not signed in his name it has been proven to be of his work.
A beautiful flintlock gun from the Royal Bavarian Family, Austria, 18th century.
Flintlock Rifle ca. 1800. Made by Nicolas Noël Boutet. Steel, engraved, blued, and damascened with gold; walnut, carved and inlaid with engraved silver; silver, cast and chiseled; horn; mahogany;
Early Virginia Flintlock Rifle. I have always wanted an early American flintlock.
Flintlock musket, österr.um 1690 LaMarre
Very rare silver decorated English J Richards boxlock over and under flintlock pistol.
Ornately carved flintlock jaegar rifle originating from Germany. Signed “Michael Haas, 1663”. Carvings depict battles from the Thirty Years War. Formally of the property of Baron von Beulwitz.
Early flintlock Indian trade gun with serpent brass side plate ...
OTTOMAN SILVER-MOUNTED FLINTLOCK RIFLE, TURKEY, DATED A.H. 1212/ A.D. 1797-8 The slender barrel of cast steel with gold gilt palmettes at each end of the barrel, silver engravings comprising floral motifs secured to the whole of the rifle, predominantly at the stock and butt, with a engraved silver sighting plate, gold overlay and coral at the trigger.
Pair of flintlock pistols, 1800–1801 Samuel Brunn (English, 1795–1819); Michael Barnett (English, 1763–1817) Steel, wood, silver, gold. These pistols epitomize the opulence of English decorative arts produced during the reign of the Francophile prince regent, for whom they were reputedly made. (www.metmuseum.org).