9mm Centerfire caliber, 7.5" barrel, no S/N. Octagonal-to-round-to-octagonal barrel is finely inlaid in gold at breech with maker's name and scroll work engraved in deep relief on barrel. Elaborate front sight with rear sight integral with breech. Fluted cylinder engraved and further inlaid with gold en suite with barrel. Frame elaborately engraved and inlaid with gold scroll and flowers. Triggerguard engraved and inlaid with gold. Steel buttcap engraved with flowers and scrolls en suite. Highly figured walnut grip, fluted and finely checkered. Backstrap engraved and inlaid with gold.
Anton Mulacz was a well-known maker who has been found to have collaborated with fellow gunsmith Karl Pirko.
Barrel retains some original dull blue finish. Frame finished in a French gray, cylinder retaining some original blued finish. All gold appears to be in good condition with engraving in good condition throughout. Entire hammer shows a previous repair. Grips are in excellent condition with only minor marks. Action is crisp, bore is excellent; showing little or no use. This is a spectacular art-piece revolver from the latter half of the 19th century.