Horst Held†† *†† Antique Handguns
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Thomas Kerslake Baker, London,
StÝckel: 1833 - 1871, in 1844 he takes over the shop of famous gun maker T. J. Mortimer,

the following revolver has no maker's name, however it is a Baker's 1852 patent style transitional revolver.









made after Baker's 1852 patent revolver, additional with vicious swing-out bayonet and belt hook, no name and number, just mandatory Birmingham proof stamps, caliber 45 percussion. The barrel is of gray color, the cylinder is faded blue, the system is nicely  engraved, and the grips are crisp checkered. A very uncommon revolver in good working order and very good condition.    sold

Taylerson, The Revolver 1818 - 1865: T. K. Baker's patent April 24, 1852

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