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Holland & Holland Double Rifle -.375 H&H Magnum cal.
Deeply carved with gold background set around the leaves and cross-hatching. There are three animal scenes and raised gold animals. Engraving is attributed to Philip Grifnee. The rifle is new and has a 14-7/8" length of pull from a double trigger over a 3/4" leather-covered recoil pad. It has 24" 375 H&H magnum flanged barrels.