Iron box lock engraved with a foliage sprig each side. The breech struck with Birmingham proof. The trigger guard and tang with engraved radial lines. 3 .55 cal barrel. Bag shaped walnut grip. Barrel with a little scattered oxidation, but most original blue. Lock crisp with faded blue. Mechanically excellent and used very little as it was carried for self-defense. Far more affordable than its more complex predecessor, the flintlock, its popularity virtually doomed the sword as a weapon for personal protection among the common populace.