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Here is Ron Gabel's answer to question number 3383

Question:

can you please tell anything about a cased set of wilkerson flint converson pistols?

Answer:

There was a John Wilkerson who worked in Haywood County North Carolina circa 1820. This man worked alone as a gunsmith and his production in 1820 had a value of $500. A cased set of his pistols would be quite rare. Wilkinson in London on the other hand was a prolific maker of deuling pistols.

Submitted By: suzy cotham On: 12/28/2002 12:42:07 PM

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