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Lot 146
HAYWARD (J.F)
Sold for £275 (US$ 467) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
HAYWARD (J.F)
The Art Of The Gunmaker, vol. I, d.w., 1962 and vol. II, d.w., 1963 - LENK (TORSTEN): The Flintlock: its origin and development, d.w., 1965 - KEITH NEAL (W.) AND BACK (D.H.L.): Great British Gunmakers 1540-1740, no. 459 of 750 copies, d.w., 1984; British Gunmakers Their Trade Cards, Cases and Equipment 1760-1860, d.w., 1980; Forsyth & Co.: Patent Gunmakers, d.w., 1969 - KEITH NEAL (W.): Collecting Duelling Pistols, 1973 reprint - BACK (D.H.L.): Great British Gunmakers Forsyth & Co: Patent Gunmakers 1806-1852, signed by the author, d.w., 1995 - FORSYTH REID (MAJOR-GENERAL SIR ALEXANDER JOHN): The Reverend Alexander John Forsyth..., author's dedication to The York Public Library, red cloth, gilt title, Aberdeen, 1910 - BLACKMORE (HOWARD L.): Guns and Rifles of the World, d.w., 1965; British Military Firearms 1650-1850, 1967; Gunmakers Of London Supplement 1350-1850, d.w., 1999 - JACKSON (HERBERT J.) & WHITELAW (CHARLES E.): European Hand Firearms Of The Sixteenth, Seventeenth & Eighteenth Centuries, no. 391 of 550 copies, a handwritten list of items from the Herbert J. Jackson collection sold at Sotheby's 1 March 1923 tipped-in and signed by A.R. Dufty, d.w., 1923 - POLLARD (H.B.C.): A History Of Firearms, cloth-covered boards, 1926 - DIXON (NORMAN): Georgian Pistols, The Art and Craft of the Flintlock Pistol, 1715-1840, d.w., 1971 - GLENDENNING (IAN): British Pistols And Guns 1640-1840, 1951 - MERWYN CAREY (A.): English, Irish and Scottish Firearms Makers, d.w., 1968 reprint - BROWN (NIGEL): London Gunmakers, d.w., 1998 - BAILEY (DE WITT) AND NIE (DOUGLAS A.): English Gunmakers, d.w., 1978 - WHITELAW (CHARLES E.): Scottish Arms Makers..., d.w., 1953 - WINANT (LEWIS): Early Percussion Firearms..., d.w., 1959; Pepperbox Firearms, d.w., 1952 - BURGOYNE (JOHN W.): The Queen Anne Pistol 1660-1780, 2002 - DUNLAP (JACK): American British & Continental Pepperbox Firearms, d.w., 1967 reprint - KING (EDWARD): An Account of an old Piece of Ordnance, which some Fishermen dragged out of the sea near the Goodwin Sands, in 1775 [extracted from the treatise of the F.R.S.], modern cloth [1776] - and fifteen related publications including a ring-binder containing photocopies of various firearms patents from 1807 to 1864 (41)

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