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Admiral Nelson’s campaigns
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Tiny Version For Prince Alfred
The Baker bird collectors’ gun was designed to be a small take-down for concealment, whereas this one (right) was designed as a tiny gun for a very young boy. The boy was none other than Prince Alfred and the gun is a Westley Richards single 28-bore