Necessary box containing a pair of pistols of officer, signed LE PAGE in PARIS. 1st Empire period, France.
Total length : 37cm - Barrel length : 23,1cm - Cal : 14,8mm
Octagonal barrels, rifled with hair, engraved with the mouth. Silver sights. The lights are doubled of gold. Engraved on the upper sides LE PAGE in PARIS with a branch of foliage. Remainder of blue (approximately 30%) and numbered on the bottom 407 X and 407 XX
Engraved breech tails.
Flat-bodied locks, gooseneck hammers, safeties, engraved pan covers with borders, signed LE PAGE in PARIS. On the inside, they are numbered 407 and marked 7.
Silver bridges stamped with the goldsmith's mark P crowned.
Silver trimmings stamped with the rooster (1798/1809) and other marks; shaped with an acorn and a laurel wreath on each.
All screws guilloche.
Flat caps decorated with a laurel wreath and a frieze.
Varnished walnut frame, finely squared and numbered 407 X and 407 XX
Fanon sticks with ivory tips on one side and brass on the other.
Mahogany case, with brass reinforcements on the corners and cartridge with handle on the top.
The interior is lined with green felt and includes all its original accessories, except the needle of the gun lights. 51.5 x 28
Very good condition.
Jean LE PAGE, harquebusier and fourbisseur in Paris, from 1779 to 1822, born in 1746 and died 1834. He was the harquebusier of Louis XVI, of the First Consul, then of the Emperor and of Louis XVIII. He kept the favors of the new regime under the Restoration.
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4 800 €