George Washington flintlock pistol boxed display, #27-125.
George Washington Boxed Display
- George Washington's favorite pistol was made in London in 1748 by Hawkins, one of the best known gun-makers of the period. It still survives today as one of our national treasures, on display in the West Point Museum.
Elegant in design, Washington's pistol combines simple, clean lines with tasteful silver decoration. This non-firing replica has all of the features of the original, including the George Washington nameplate on the grip. We've created this boxed set with a full sized, authentic replica of this priceless antique, with a colorized version of the "Washington Crossing the Delaware" vintage engraving inside the lid of our hand-made walnut presentation box. The replica pistol is nested in a custom-fitted foam insert with velveteen finish and brass plate with a reproduction of Washington's signature. Box dimensions: 14.5" x 7.25" x 2.5"