German hunting gun with Ottoman barrel
Fine German hunting flintlock, dating from the late 17th century. The lock and stock are made in Munster by gunsmith Johan Georg Bislinger. The barrel is of Ottoman origin and was probably captured during the Great Turkish War of 1683-1699.
Dutch antiques market
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Museum of Ethnology Dresden G2024, G1160 & G1152.