Some of the most beautiful work of this craftsman, and many others, are in this book “Liège Gunmakers through their Work. 1800 - 1950”.

For more detail see: LIEGE GUNMAKERS

 

ANCION-MARX

This firm had a very diversified production of guns.

They changed their  commercial names several times, as they advanced in business, that is to say:

Fabrique d’armes L.ANCION-MARX (1890-1935).

L.ANCION-MARX Fabrique d’Armes s.a. (1936-1940).

L.ANCION-MARX Fabrique d’Armes s.p.r.l. (1940).

It  used this mark below , registered on  12.10.1897.

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ANCION-MARX

Ancion Marx Léopold - Rue Grangagnage, 28-30 – Liège, Belgique. (1860-19..)

Registered with the Test Bench from 1890 to 1979

Death of Ancion Jacques 24.04.79

 

Ancion-Marx started in the years 1860 with revolvers based on Lefaucheux and then manufactured weapons of smaller calibers. Of "Vélo-Dog"type-caliber 5,5 mm or 6,35mm. To be able to sell them to various wholesalers, he invented (or used) various names. Unfortunately these names were not legally protected and weapons similar having the same name can be encountered, but produced by different firms.

These most known models are as follows:

Cobolt

Extracteur

Le Novo (this name used also by Bertrand and Galand).

Lincoln (this name used also by various manufacturers of Liege).

Milady (this name used also by Jansen Fils of Liège).

Singer There are two models of Singer, one 6,35 mm based on the Browning 1906 and one 7,65 mm based on the Browning 1910. They were apparently created in 1913 and are both marked "Automatic Gun 7,65 (or 6,35). Only the initials "AG" surrounded by a Crown and a half-circle, printed on the slide and the carcass, indicate the origin of the factory.

Teuf-Teuf. Also used by Arizmendi & Goenaga, probably about 1912-1913 but not resembling that of Ancion guns at all

Puppy. Model of the type "Vélodog", used also by at least five Spanish arms manufacturers, Calibers 5,5 mm, with solid frame, with no apparent hammer and with a folding trigger.

Velo-Dog. These are the usual models of revolvers with solid frame, of 5,5 and 6,35 mm, whith  only an "EA" stamp surrounded of a circle and stamped on the frame

Constabulary

Baby Hammerless

System S&W

 

PUB

Revolver "Drop System"

Constabulary

Bull Dog

"Mitrailleuse"

Velodog "Baby"

Revolver type Nagant 1895

Revolver "Puppy" Ned. wapenmagazijn

 

 

Rifle Reinhart STAHL

Hunting rifle

"La Mignonne"

Warnant type rifle

 

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