|The Queen of Spades|
|| Russian Empire
||Silent (Russian intertitles)
|Count of Saint-Germain
|The Countess as a young woman
The Queen of Spades (Russian: Пиковая дама; Pikovaya dama) is a 1916 Russian Empire silent movie, based on the short story by Alexander Pushkin.
The following weapons were used in the film The Queen of Spades:
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Percussion Dueling Pistol
Hermann (Ivan Mozzhukhin) threatens the Countess (Yelizaveta Shebueva) with the Percussion Dueling Pistol at the one point.
A pair of percussion dueling pistols by J & S. Hawken of St. Louis, MS, .66 caliber
Hermann draws the pistol.
Note the percussion barrel, ramrod position and octagonal barrel.
Note, that the hummer isn't cocked.
The ramrod and barrel's length can be seen.
Note the space between ramrod on barrel.
A good view of the pistol.
Hermann tucks the pistol to his belt. Note the grip with lanyard ring (pointed by the red arrow).
Two like small cavalry carbines of mid 19th century is seen hanged on the wall at the Narumov's house.
For comparison: Russian M1849 percussion cap cavalry carbine
Three long guns can be seen among numerous daggers, sabers and other cold weapons. Guns at the left and right look like small cavalry carbines of mid 19th century.
The Berdanka is seen hanged on the wall at the Narumov's house.
bolt action shotgun - 28 Gauge
Three long guns can be seen among numerous daggers, sabers and other cold weapons. The gun in center is a typical hunting gun, like Berdanka shotgun. Note the barrel band.