UPDATE: Added picts of butt, water table and barrel flats. IT IS UNKNOWN IF THIS IS A GIBBS No1 or No2 caliber…Beautiful example of old world craftsmanship, circa early 1890s on this English double rifle. George Gibbs made with 28″ rust blued side by side barrels. Front and rear post style sights. Splinter style forend and pistol grip stock, eloquently checkered. Generous hammers on a traditional side-lock with double triggers and underlever style take down. Receiver, hammers and breech block have pleasant scroll engraving through out. Chambered in the patented .461 Gibbs, capable on any African hunt. Numerous proof marks on water table and barrel flats. ANTIQUE, NO FFL NEEDED

Condition: Bores and barrels are excellent, strong rifling. Forend has one chip near receiver. Stock and butt plate are excellent. Mechanically strong and crisp. Lock up is tight with zero wobble.