The custom gun makers in the 1800's and early 1900's are some of the most beautiful works of art.
via Mail Online
It was made for Scottish aristocrat John Adrian Louis Hope, who became the first Governor General of Australia in July 1900.
But with its three-barrelled ejector and three triggers, the 16-gauge gun was so complicated that no more were ever made.
The unique weapon was last seen in the public eye when it was sold to an un-named bidder for £43,000 at Holt's Auctioneers London last month.