Unmarked, but type specific to Flobert and surely of that manufacture. 9 1/2" octagonal barrel, about .20 cal., engraved with foliage at the breech and muzzle. Fixed open sights. Percussion with the nipple mounted horizontally from the breech end. Fine engraved iron furniture. Walnut stock with fluted grip and deeply carved foliate fore end. Excellent preservation with a few tiny speckles on the barrel but near 100% bright blue. Hair line crack to the stock wrist as is endemic with these. Also known as parlor pistols, these were made for indoor target competition among the wealthy and accordingly, are of excellent quality.