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It's my turn to say thank you for reading, Alexender, my friend, It took me four decades, including taking more than 180,000 photos, to gather together all the information and sort of transform its essence into dating criteria, which now have to be digested. Hang on, please, 'cause there's a lot more to come.Barrel length 59.5 cm, maximum outer diameter 4.2 cm, bore 21 mm, weight 4.935 kg.On the ground of the two roped bands, I would tend to date this 'late 15th c.', but then again, all the remaining criteria are so close to the other two barrels that these roped friezes may be a later addition.
loading Best, Michl An interesting little handgun, 2nd half 15th c., retaining its original oaken stock (heavily wormed, the fore end and second iron band both missing), the octagonal wrought-iron barrel showing traces of red lead minium paint, the large touch hole on the top barrel flat.m Yes Michl, long goes this thread/work, in which you show us and teach us a lot, for which we may only feel much obliged.To lend the thread a touch of "variety", allow me post the oldest specimen kept in the Portuguese Maritime Musem, which i have twice visited and from which i keep a catalogue on the Artillery thematic.It is for a long, heavy-weight wall gun (doppelter Doppelhaken), starting octagonal at the breech and changing to a round section at about one fourth of its length, emphasized by an incised double line. 1500 or beginning of the 16th c.' would have been my classification based on the above-mentioned criteria.The touch hole is on the right-hand side, and a long dovetail behind the igniting hole denotes that once a pan had been attached that is missing today.