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0-Freeman

0-Freeman

Col. Le Mat - Jean François Alexander Le Mat Støckel: born 1824 in Paris, moved 1840 to New Orleans, receives 1856 patent for his revolver where the base / cylinder pin is also used as a buckshot barrel. The revolvers started to be made 1859/1860 by Dr. Girard, Paris. V. Forgett, Alain and Marie Serpette, Le Mat, The Man, The Gun, page 162: Belgian patent Feb. 16, 1869 for Center Fire Hammer

Col. Le Mat - Jean François Alexander Le Mat Støckel: born 1824 in Paris, moved 1840 to New Orleans, receives 1856 patent for his revolver where the base / cylinder pin is also used as a buckshot barrel. The revolvers started to be made 1859/1860 by Dr. Girard, Paris. V. Forgett, Alain and Marie Serpette, Le Mat, The Man, The Gun, page 162: Belgian patent Feb. 16, 1869 for Center Fire Hammer

Christmas Teddy Bear

Christmas Teddy Bear

Bronze barreled matchlock pistol, Signed:Shin-kin Kitae Katai Kyosuke-saku, 1829, length 53.6 cm, barrel length 31.0 cm, caliber 2.6 cm.

Bronze barreled matchlock pistol, Signed:Shin-kin Kitae Katai Kyosuke-saku, 1829, length 53.6 cm, barrel length 31.0 cm, caliber 2.6 cm.

Bichwa (17th Century CE Thanjavur, South Indian Weapon) (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA)

Bichwa (17th Century CE Thanjavur, South Indian Weapon) (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA)

Espadín - Alemania - 1750–1760

Espadín - Alemania - 1750–1760

Colt Third Model Dragoon Percussion Revolver, ca. 1853. Steel, brass, gold, walnut.

Colt Third Model Dragoon Percussion Revolver, ca. 1853. Steel, brass, gold, walnut.

Espadín - Alemania - 1750–1760 - The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Espadín - Alemania - 1750–1760 - The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Mr Whiskers by teddybearswednesday on Etsy

Mr Whiskers

Mr Whiskers by teddybearswednesday on Etsy

Sword (Kaskara), late 19th century. Persian culture. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1977 (1977.162.1) | This work is exhibited in the “Arms and Armor from the Islamic World” exhibition, on view through January 2, 2017 #AsianArt100

Sword (Kaskara), late 19th century. Persian culture. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1977 (1977.162.1) | This work is exhibited in the “Arms and Armor from the Islamic World” exhibition, on view through January 2, 2017 #AsianArt100

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