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The flintlock: its origin and development.

Author: Torsten Lenk; J F Hayward
Publisher: New York, Bramhall House [©1965]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Torsten Lenk; J F Hayward
OCLC Number: 1343199
Description: xii, 188 pages illustrations, facsimiles 30 cm
Contents: Ch. 1. Definition; terminology; types of locks, general; literary references to the snaphance and flintlock --
ch. 2. The immediate precursors of the flintlock, the 'Mediterranean lock' and the Netherlands snaphance --
ch. 3. The origin of the flintlock; the flintlock with separate buffer on the plate --
ch. 4. THe French flintlock with flat surface, 1620-60 --
ch. 5. The distribution of flintlock manufacture up to the middle of the seventeen century --
ch. 6. Mid seventeenth century flintlock arms with relief decoration --
ch. 7. Pistol butts and pommels during the earlier half of the seventeenth century; ivory stocked pistols --
ch. 8. The Thuraine and Le Hollandois style --
ch. 9. The classical Louis XIV style --
ch. 10. The B?rain style; French flintlock firearms of the eighteenth and nineteenth century --
ch. 11. The decoration of French flintlocks during the earlier half of the seventeenth century --
ch. 12. Pattern books and decoration during the middle of the seventeenth century --
ch. 13. Pattern books and decoration from the classical Louis XIV to the Empire syle --
ch. 14. Signatures.
Responsibility: Translated by G.A. Urquart. Edited by J.F. Hayward.

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