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Captain R. H. Henry
1857
Smith & Wesson
1888–89
James Morisset
hallmarked for 1797–98
Tibetan, and possibly Bhutanese and Nepalese
18th–19th century
Clemens Horn
1600–1625
Smith & Wesson
1892–93
Jacques Lamarre
ca. 1670–73
Jean André Prosper Henri Le Page
dated 1829
South Netherlandish
ca. 1400–1410
Smith & Wesson
1869
Spanish
late 11th century
François Pirmet
dated 1809
Omori Hidenaga
18th century
Arthur J. Stone
1915
Arthur J. Stone
1915
German, probably Nuremberg
late 16th century
German
ca. 1540–50
Italian
ca. 1540
British, London mounts and Chinese porcelain
Chinese porcelain 1573– ca. 1585, British mounts ca. 1585
Carlo Giuliano
ca. 1900
Liberty & Co.
1910–15
Tibetan or Mongolian
late 15th–early 17th century
Liberty & Co.
1900–1910
Smith & Wesson
ca. 1891–92
Michael Barnett
hallmarked for 1798–99
Matteo Cecchi, called Acquafresca
ca. 1690
China
late 7th–early 8th century
House of Carl Fabergé
1899–1908
Turkish, possibly Bursa
mid-15th century
Royal Workshops at Greenwich
ca. 1630–40
Francisco Pintan
dated 1757
Arthur J. Stone
ca. 1919
Arthur J. Stone
ca. 1925
Samuel Margas Jr.
ca. 1721
Spanish
ca. 1150–75
Edgar Degas
1895
Greek
ca. late 5th century BCE
Arthur J. Stone
1916
Etruscan, probably Vulci
late 5th–4th century BCE
Charles H. Traub
1970s