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Shotgun - Brazier, Wolverhampton, Flintlock, early 19th century Object Reg. No: ST 021817

Summary:
Single barrelled flintlock shotgun, 26 gauge .562. Twist steel barrel 27 1/2 in. (700 mm) long.

Made by Brazier, Wolverhampton, early 19th century.
Description:
Rib and two tail pipes underneath, brass tipped wooden ramrod. pan with fence, platinum touch hole, walnut half stock tipped with horn, chequered at grip, silver monogram plate. Brass trigger guard and butt plate, mounts engraved with game birds.
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Mr William Cole, 1943
Discipline: Technology

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Tagged with: braziers, shotguns british
Themes this item is part of: Arms Collection, William Cole Arms Collection, William Edwin James Cole, Gun Collector (1864-1952)
Primary Classification: ARMS & ARMOUR
Secondary Classification: Firearms
Tertiary Classification: longarms
Inscriptions: Stamped on lock "Brazier". Birmingham proof marks.
Maker: Brazier (Gunsmiths), Wolverhampton, England, Great Britain, 1800-1850
Collector: Mr William Cole, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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