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Unknown maker, Ca. 1840-1870. The underside of the frame, just ahead of the trigger guard, is marked with the serial number.
Barrel length is 2.5"
The grip panels are two-piece wood. The grips have some light-moderate handling marks, nicks and scuffs. Notably, there is a small crack at the bottom of the right panel. Overall, the grip panels are in Very Good condition for Antiques.
The gun has no metal finish. It is now coated in scattered light-moderate surface oxidation and has taken a patia color. There are scattered light-moderate handling marks, nicks and scuffs. Notably, there are a few light nicks and scratches on the barrel and the nipple is coated in erosion. The marking remains clear. The screwheads are tooled but serviceable. Overall, the gun is in Good condition for an Antique.
The nipple is eroded and the barrel which should turn-off is now fixed to the frame, but the action engages correctly otherwise.
This is a percussion pocket pistol likely made in the United States during the mid-19th century. This sort of pocket pistol was very popular from the 1840s until the 1870s when it was superseded by pocket revolvers.