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Brass Barrel pistol by H. Nock, 1796
Flintlock pistol designed for Admiral Philippe d'Auvergne 1754-1814. The stock is of walnut, fully stocked to the muzzle and fitted with a brass trigger guard and brass butt cap. There are two brass ramrod pipes into which the wooden ramrod is fitted. The lock is a flintlock. The barrel is of brass, circular section and smooth bore. The pistol is inscribed on the barrel 'HN' crown over crossed sceptres. The lockplate is inscribed 'TOWER NOCK' with a Georgian crown over 'GR', the stock is inscribed with a crown over '8', and a crown over 'GR' over '78'.
- Image reference: E8568
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London