50-bore (.45 caliber), 1.5" barrels, no S/N. Blued finish, smooth wood grips. Twist-off boxlock, single-shot flint pistols with sliding pan-locking safeties and folding triggers. Frames engraved with panoplies of arms with the left side additionally engraved MABSON / & LABRON in two lines. Grips with oval German silver thumb plate escutcheons. Pistols are contained in a mahogany veneered English compartmentalized casing with a olive green baize lining. Casing contains a small silvered copper powder flask, an iron combination bullet mold and barrel wrench and a horn handled turnscrew. Mabson & Labron worked in Birmingham ca 1821, later as Mabson, Labron & Mabson through 1833 (Stockel).
Good. Pistols with a dull, smoky-gray patina with strong engraving and clear markings. Mechanically functional, fair bores with moderate oxidation. Grips very good with scattered minor dings and mars. Case very good with some exterior wear and finish loss, interior with wear and fading. Accessories all about good to very good.