Hidden-Stiletto Cane with a Six-shot pin-fire Gun

  • Dated: 3rd quarter of the 19th century
  • Culture: French
  • Measurements: overall length 89.7 cm

The grip is made of deer horn grip embellished with a silver ring-nut. The extracting the grip releases a six-barrel pistol (5 mm cal.), with grooves, similar to the pepperbox barrels, also marked “PARIS A J BREVETE” at the base. At the front, among the six barrels, lies the stiletto blade.

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Mateba Model Unica 6

Very rare and collectable Italian revolver that is known for its unusual appearance. Unlike a traditional revolver, the Unica 6 has a lower barrel placement, firing from the bottom of the cylinder. This design would eventually live on in the Chiappa Rhino series of revolvers. (GRH)