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Holland & Holland 'The Twenties' Royal Deluxe Game Guns.

I have always liked guns with a unique theme and this pair of Holland & Holland Royal Deluxe guns named 'The Twenties' certainly slot into that department. This pair of guns were made in the early 1990's, proofed in 1991 and completed around '93 I would guess. They were a built for a discerning female client who played an integral part in the design of the guns with David Winks. David managed the gunroom at Holland & Holland at the time and was a man who knew how to make great guns, never hesitating to return guns to the factory if not satisfied with the wood or finish. He certainly excelled himself with the pair of blanks on these guns!

Holland & Holland Twenties Guns

This pair of 20g 27" barrel sidelock guns are engraved by  Phil Coggan who, to this day, remains one of the countries leading engravers. The Art Deco style engravings have 4 distinct Twenties scenes and portraits of ladies in art deco style clothing.

A unique pair of guns, in perfect condition and ready to gift to a deserving wife or lady friend! Available on our used gun site here. 

Holland & Holland Twenties Guns

Holland & Holland Twenties Guns

Holland & Holland Twenties Guns

Holland & Holland Twenties GunsHolland & Holland Twenties Guns Holland & Holland Twenties Guns

2 Comments

  • vance daigle on February 22, 2016 at 7:52 pm

    WOW !!!

    I love the engraving Simon, from what these humble eyes can tell it looks like great work from Mr. Coggan. Not only does it appeal to me, but it was a very brave engraving project for any scratcher of metal. Thanks for sharing!!

    In Christ
    Vance,

  • Larry on February 29, 2016 at 7:12 am

    Very interesting engraving, indeed, and is a nice detour from the status quo!

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