The Deringer in America by Wilson & Eberhart
The Deringer in America, Volume I: The Percussion Period by R.L. Wilson & L.D. Eberhart
A heavily illustrated and elaborately researched study of America’s most colorful and romantic weapon. Standard reference on the Deringer c.1830–1870 with exhaustive detail on all known makers. The popular, pocket-sized, high caliber pistol developed by Philadelphia gunmaker Henry Deringer captured a ready market and inspired both honest competitors and counterfeiters.
- Hardcover with dustjacket
- 8.5″ x 11″
- 271 pages
- 428+ photos