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Ref 7909. A good Military Flintlock Musket of the type carried at the battle of Waterloo. Overall length 56 inches. Good untouched condition. Muzzleloader
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Andrew Bottomley Antique Arms & Armour. Mail Order Only. Established in 1968.
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£ 2,300

Ref 7909. A good Military Flintlock Musket of the type carried at the battle of Waterloo. Overall length 56 inches. Good untouched condition. Muzzleloader

Pistol / Hand GunsMuzzleloaderUsed£ 2,300

Largest selection of genuine antique weapons for sale in UK. See our website andrewbottomley.com. Ref 7909. A good Military Flintlock Musket of the type carried at the battle of Waterloo. These muskets were mostly manufactured during the Napoleonic wars circa 1795 - 1815. This example may have been made just after that period in time. It is undated, has 3 iron retaining bands over the barrel, it has no manufacturer's marks but we believe it to be either Russian or Belgian and manufactured probably circa 1800-1830. Good condition. It is complete with its correct steel ramrod. Some very minor wear but a nice honest untouched example. Fitted with 2 iron sling swivels. Barrel length 41 inches. Calibre approx .73. Overall length 56 inches. Ref 7909. This is an obsolete antique pistol and is sold as a collectors item only. No Licence is required in the United Kingdom. If you wish to purchase this item please visit our website andrewbottomley.com where you can pay by credit/debit card or bank transfer at no extra charge. Established 1968.

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SubcategoryMuzzleloader
ConditionUsed
Price£ 2,300
Sale typeTrade
MakeRef 7909. A good Military Flintlock Musket of the type carried at the battle of
ModelWaterloo. Overall length 56 inches. Good untouched condition.
Antiqueyes
Your reference7909
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