Holland & Holland was founded in 1835 by Harris Holland (1806 - 1896) and is now a prestigious British gun-maker based in London, offering hand-made sporting rifles and shotguns.
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Paradox: The Story Of Colonel G V Fosbery, Holland & Holland And The Paradox Rifled Shot And Ball Gun by David Baker & Roger E Lake (2010) is an in-depth, long-term study of a remarkable gun and its equally remarkable inventor. George Fosbery had the unique distinction of winning the Victoria Cross armed with a weapon of his own invention, while his part-rifled gun effectively doubled the accurate range of the ball & shot gun.
Holland and Holland 'The Royal' Gunmaker: The Complete History by Donald Dallas (2015) is the latest authoritative history of the company, written with the full approval and co-operation of Holland and Holland, one of the great British gunmakers. Many rare guns are described and illustrated. Extensive appendices; the 51 Holland patents are described, dating of Holland serial numbers from 1855 to the present day; all the trade labels are illustrated and the rifle cartridges developed and introduced are examined in detail.
The Shooting Field With Holland & Holland by Peter King (1985) is the story of the early London gun trade. Travel to India with the Prince of Wales and to Africa with Sir Samuel Baker and Teddy Roosevelt. These great shots tell us what it is like to shoot with a Holland and Holland. Includes instructions to cartridge loaders, pressure and velocities required.
The Best of Holland and Holland: England's Premier Gunmakers by Michael McIntosh (2002) shows in words and pictures the finest products ever produced by Holland & Holland.