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Pair of flintlock duelling pistols owned by Captain William Waller (active 1794-1807). The stock is made of walnut with chequered grips and rounded butts. Fitted with two silver ramrod pipes both containing ramrods. Silver trigger guards which are engraved and end in pineapple shaped finials. Each has a flintlock, both containing flints. The lockplates are engraved with a leaf design. The barrels are octagonal and browned with narrow gold bands near lock. Fitted with rear and foresights. The calibre is 0.75in. The pistols are in a mahogany box lined with green baize which contains a cleaning rod, 22 lead balls, two patches and a small brooch in the form of a grotesque mask (possibly an escutcheon).
- Image reference: E8583
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Spinney Collection