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Dueling pistols, circa 1730 supposedly belonged to Prince Charles Edward Stuart. As short and wide as those barrels are, I rather doubt that you’d be able to hit anything closer than arm’s length away—but maybe that was the point?
At the Royal Collection:
Provenance: Said to have belonged to Prince Charles Edward StuartDescription:
Duelling pistol of walnut with carved floral decoration on the stock, gold etched barrel and chased silver trigger guard and side pieces; the butt terminating in silver cap chased with profile head of a man looking left, on gold matted ground.
Remember, “said to have” is historian for “The story is most likely complete bs, but we like it too much to not tell it”.
I love this dope shiettt
"Pudding" is a resident Fox at the National Fox Welfare Society, as he’s too friendly to be released back to the wild
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