These double-barrel rifles display names like Holland & Holland, Fraser and Rodda. They’re embellished by some of the world’s finest engravers. And they’re a handful of the best British firearms ever made.
Fitted inside an oak and leather casing, this Philippe Grifnee- engraved Holland & Holland .577 Nitro Express double rifle is exquisitely carved with African game species, including Cape buffalo and rhinoceros.
This 20th-century Fraser Double Rifle .60 Nitro Express features vine-and-scroll engraving with a gold inlaid elephant on both sides and the bottom of the frame. It came in an original case, complete with a bottle of Rangoon Oil.
A W.J. Jeffery & Company Double Rifle with English scroll engraving has an under-lever release and a 14¾" stock from the front trigger over a 1" pad. The barrels are 24" and the action is large scroll-engraved and left bright.