Lepage André Jean Thomas
Shotgun to central percussion and external hammers.
The unrifled bores are juxtaposed and probably gauge 12.
The opening is practiced using a lever located under the guard of trigger.
The barrels are in beautiful Damas.
The stick in wood (drowning?) is finely squared and carries iron trimmings slightly engraved.
Locks are also slightly engraved volutes.
The weapon relates to the tape connecting the barrels the inscription “Adre LEPAGE PARIS”.
It is about Lepage André Jean Thomas, Paris around 1823.
24 Street of the currency.
Son of Jean Lepage, born in 1746 and brother of (Jean Andre Prosper) Henri born in 1792. They signed “Lepage Fils”.
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