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A Gard du Corps flintlock pistol:    provenance:	 	France dating:	 	first quarter of the 19th Century

A Gard du Corps flintlock pistol: provenance: France dating: first quarter of the 19th Century

The case of pistols once belonged to Prince Felix of Schwarzenburg, a 19th century Austrian statesman. Felix was a respected ambassador in Europe, resulting in his election as minister-president and foreign minister of Austria in 1848.   The pistols are thought to have been a gift to Felix following his appointment as minister-president. They were made by the noted French firearms manufacturer Le Page, a company renowned for its regal clientele.

The case of pistols once belonged to Prince Felix of Schwarzenburg, a 19th century Austrian statesman. Felix was a respected ambassador in Europe, resulting in his election as minister-president and foreign minister of Austria in 1848. The pistols are thought to have been a gift to Felix following his appointment as minister-president. They were made by the noted French firearms manufacturer Le Page, a company renowned for its regal clientele.

A Very Fine And Rare Cased Pair Of French Silver-Mounted Flintlock Pistols Of Presentation Quality  By Boutet, Directeur Artiste, Manufacture A Versailles, No. 156, Paris Silver Marks For 1798-1809, Maker's Mark 'JM',

A Very Fine And Rare Cased Pair Of French Silver-Mounted Flintlock Pistols Of Presentation Quality By Boutet, Directeur Artiste, Manufacture A Versailles, No. 156, Paris Silver Marks For 1798-1809, Maker's Mark 'JM',

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