September 29, 2021 The Bill Myers Collection
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This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 9/29/2021
For another example, see plate 24.PP on page 255 of "Battle Weapons of the American Revolution" by George C. Neumann. According to Neumann, "This pattern saw service with regular French troops in America during the Revolutionary war and was copied by the United States with the 1799 North and Cheney contract." This example has a tapered round barrel stamped on left side of breech "80" for year of manufacture 1780. The brass action with integral brass pan is inscribed "St. Etienne" on right side below the cock and stamped with a crown over "L" behind the pan; showing government ownership. One piece walnut grip with iron backstop and brass pommel cap. Complete with its original iron ramrod. Belt hook is an old replacement. CONDITION: Untouched and as found, barrel and iron lock components retain a dark brown patina. Brass is unpolished and retains a dark patina. Lock functions well and is in its original flintlock configuration. Grip retains an as found original surface. A nice Revolutionary War pistol. DMG
Barrel Length
7 - 1/2"
.72 Smoothbore
FFL Status
St. Etienne
Model 1777
Serial Number
Current Bidding
Minimum Bid: $1,000.00
Final prices include buyers premium: $3,444.00
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000
Number Bids: 12
Auction closed on Wednesday, September 29, 2021.
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