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Old 18th October 2019, 04:03 PM   #1
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Default Pair of Saxon Wheellockpistols 1591/92

I try to identify the gunmaker who made this pair of pistols. On both barrels are to be found the initials "A K" and a henmark. This mark can be a sign of Suhl what was a that time part of the Saxon territory. In the "Neue Stoeckel" there is listet this monogramm with the henmark but only said that it is a mark of a 1591 wheellockpistol probably of Saxony. That's all. But this I know for myself. Maybe there is somebody here who can help?
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