This c. mid-19th century pistol has two-shot barrel group that is manually rotated between shots, folding brass knuckles, a wavy 2 7/8 inch bayonet on the left side, a Liege proof on the barrel group, "AISNE" marked on the right at the front, and "357" on the bottom and on the top knuckle. It is similar to the French Apache knuckleduster revolvers manufactured in the 1860s and 1870s.
Very good with mottled gray and brown patina on the iron, attractively aged patina on the fine brass, and mild overall wear. The mainspring is a bit weak; otherwise mechanically fine.
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