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Who made Damascus barrelled shotguns for E C Meacham of St Louis?


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2003-12-22 16:52:20
2003-12-22 16:52:20
Whoever had the low bid that year. Most were imported from Belgium and the most likely makers would include, F. Dumoulin & Co., Simonis Janssen & Dumoulin, Henri Pieper, Robert et Cie, Neumann Freres ....

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