.45 caliber, 7.375" slightly swamped octagonal barrel, no S/N. Browned and color case hardened finish, iron furniture, hardwood stock with checkered grip. Single percussion pistols with microgroove rifling, lightly engraved locks, hammers and breech tangs. Barrels marked in silver on the top flat PFEUFFER IN STUTGART. Horn-tipped wood ramrods. Pfeuffer worked in Stuttgart ca 1820-1835. Pistols are contained in period French fitted case lined in burgundy velvet with a complete array of accessories including a compartmentalized powder flask, bullet mold, cleaning and loading rod and cleaning accessories.
Very good. Barrels and locks with traces of finish and a mostly dull smoky gray and brown patina. Markings and engraving remain clear. Mechanically functional, very good bores with crisp rifling, scattered oxidation and some light pitting. Stocks with scattered bumps and dings. Case with wear, most of the lining faded to a dull reddish brown, accessories all good to very good with the turnscrew a modern replacement.