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James Purdey the Elder
1831
Wogdon & Barton
1801–3
Samuel Colt
ca. 1853
Israel Schuech
dated 1606
Jacob Kuntz
ca. 1810–20
Johan Adolph Grecke
1786
Nicolas Noël Boutet
ca. 1800
Pierre Le Bourgeois
ca. 1620
Smith & Wesson
1888–89
Samuel Jackson
1854–55
James Morisset
hallmarked for 1797–98
Harvey Walklate Mortimer
ca. 1798–99
John Targee
ca. 1815–17
Louis Nicolas Auguste Flobert
ca. 1855
Louis-Julien Gastinne-Renette
dated 1856
Samuel Colt
ca. 1853
Smith & Wesson
1881–1902
Celtic
ca. 60 BCE
John Taylor Arms
1936
Jean Lepage
ca. 1800
John Taylor Arms
1930
Walker Evans
1938–74
Simeon North
ca. 1815–20
Simeon North
ca. 1815–20
Samuel Colt
ca. 1838
Smith & Wesson
ca. 1893
Jacques Lamarre
ca. 1670–73
possibly German
ca. 1750–60
Smith & Wesson
1892–93
Nicolas Noël Boutet
ca. 1818–20; exchangeable percussion locks and barrels, dated 1860
Smith & Wesson
1869
Indian, Sindh (now Pakistan); lock, British
second quarter of the 19th century
Durs Egg
hallmarked for 1787–88
Hilt, Indian, Mughal; blade, Turkish or Indian
late 17th century
Nicolas Noël Boutet
dated 1801
Etienne Delaune
ca. 1570–80
Samuel Colt
ca. 1840
Louis Perrin
dated 1854
Leonard Reedy
ca. 1815
Alexander John Forsyth
ca. 1824