.36 caliber, 5.3125" octagonal-to-round barrel, S/N 220. Blued finish and color case hardened finish, figured walnut grip. Single action, 6-shot percussion revolver produced for the Austrian Navy ca 1849-1854, based upon Colt's Dragoon revolver, of which it is a licensed copy. Left side of frame engraved PATENT 1849, right side engraved in two lines: KK PRV MASCH: FABR / INNSBRUK. Revolver decorated with simple foliate scrolls on the rear of the frame and with engraved patterns through the round cylinder stop slots. Matching assembly mark "4" throughout.
Very good. Retains some of the blued finish on the barrel and cylinder with traces of case color on the frame. Markings and engraving remains crisp and clear. Metal with some scattered pinpricking and some cleaned pitting near the muzzle on the right hand side of the barrel, along with some surface roughness on the cylinder. Mechanically functional, but needs work as the timing and lock up are imperfect and the cylinder does not lock into place at full cock. No half cock present. Grip with scattered bumps and dings.