He snapped: “This was made in the 1760s or 1770s and it lives in a wardrobe? You should be ashamed of yourself, just look at it.”
He proceeded to show his guest how the magnificent weapon was and showed her it had gold on the locks and “screamed quality”.
“They’ve even engraved the back here, look at it, it’s fabulous,” he explained as he showed the guest the bottom of the gun.
The expert added: “It says, ‘Make me a good gun and I don’t care about the expense’, because that is just fabulous.
Published at Sun, 09 Jan 2022 20:22:17 +0000