A lot of three antique pistols
Comprising: 1) U.S. Model 1836 flintlock martial pistol by Waters; standard configuration, the lock dated 1837, stock with two clear cartouches opposite lock. 2) An 18th century French flintlock pistol, 7 3/4 inch .62 caliber barrel, lock with Strasbourg maker's mark, probably Mouradin; scrolling brass counterplate, associated steel triggerguard, butt with grotesque mask. 3) An unmarked screwbarrel boxlock percussion pistol, associated 5 1/2 inch barrel.
Condition: All poor. 1) Barrel with areas of corrosion; lock with blued finish and not functioning, swivel and ramrod missing, clean stock with cracked wrist. 2) Barrel and stock reduced, metal with pitting/corrosion overall, stock with numerous marks and with chips, losses and worm damage at butt. 3) barrel replaced, areas of spotting/pitting overall.