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Wheellock rifle. Steel-chiseler: Caspar Spät (German, Munich, ca. 1611–1691). Stock maker: Elias Becker (German, Augsburg, recorded 1633–74). Date: ca. 1640–50. Culture: German, Munich and Augsburg. Medium: Steel, chiseled, blued, and gilt; fruitwood, inlaid with engraved staghorn and bone. | © 2000–2014 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Wheellock rifle. Steel-chiseler: Caspar Spät (German, Munich, ca. 1611–1691). Stock maker: Elias Becker (German, Augsburg, recorded 1633–74). Date: ca. 1640–50. Culture: German, Munich and Augsburg. Medium: Steel, chiseled, blued, and gilt; fruitwood, inlaid with engraved staghorn and bone. | © 2000–2014 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Hunting Harguebus with a Wheel Lock  Germany, 1621  Name: Hunting Harguebus with a Wheel Lock Place of creation: Germany Date: 1621 Material: steel, wood, copper and horn Technique: forged, carved, chased, engraved and decorated with inlay

Hunting Harguebus with a Wheel Lock Germany, 1621 Name: Hunting Harguebus with a Wheel Lock Place of creation: Germany Date: 1621 Material: steel, wood, copper and horn Technique: forged, carved, chased, engraved and decorated with inlay

A very scarce skeleton pepperbox centerfire pistol,dating: third quarter of the 19th Century provenance: France.

A very scarce skeleton pepperbox centerfire pistol,dating: third quarter of the 19th Century provenance: France.

Indian (Sind) matchlock, 18th century, 19th century percussion conversion, 46" flared muzzle barrel with mechanical damask spiral pattern throughout. The thickened breach with incised lattice pattern, probably talismanic. Integral opened sight, wood stock with deeply curved rear and dramatically flared butt the tips sheathed in red pigment inlaid segments with additional plain and matching overlays ahead. The fore stock with chiseled brass bands and cap. Drum conversion with handmade lock.

Indian (Sind) matchlock, 18th century, 19th century percussion conversion, 46" flared muzzle barrel with mechanical damask spiral pattern throughout. The thickened breach with incised lattice pattern, probably talismanic. Integral opened sight, wood stock with deeply curved rear and dramatically flared butt the tips sheathed in red pigment inlaid segments with additional plain and matching overlays ahead. The fore stock with chiseled brass bands and cap. Drum conversion with handmade lock.