11” .65 caliber octagonal/round barrel profusely overlaid with silver in panels of foliage and abstract motifs. Arabic date 1221 (AD 1808) to the left side. Silver furniture including trigger guard, muzzle sheath, side plate, spurred butt cap, back escutcheon and ram rod mounts. Removable ramrod in the European fashion, but short, for display only as Turks used an independent ram rod attached to the flask. Well chiseled flat plate lock. The cock spur tip damaged, otherwise excellent and outstandingly showy example.