Early Pauly Firearm Marked ‘Pauly et Cnie’ – Pre-1814 Paris Manufacture

This firearm represents one of the earliest examples of Jean Samuel Pauly's innovative work following his 1812 patent. Marked "Pauly et Cnie" (Pauly & Company), this gun signifies a crucial period when Pauly still controlled his company in Paris. The double-barreled design and distinctive markings indicate that it was manufactured before mid-1814, prior to Pauly's relocation to the UK and subsequent sale of his company to Henri Roux and Alexis Moreau. The engraving "Pauly et Cnie" on the firearm confirms its authenticity and origin from Pauly's Parisian workshop....

 


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