100-bore (.36 caliber), 1.5" barrels, no S/N. Blued finish, smooth walnut grips. Twist-off boxlock flint pocket pistols with sliding pan locking safeties. Lightly engraved frames marked D.EGG on reverse and LONDON on obverse with London commercial proof marks under the barrels. Pistols are contained in green baize-lined, compartmentalized rosewood veneered wood case with German silver mounting. Casing contains a small copper bag flask, a small iron round ball scissor mold marked "98," and a small ebony handled turnscrew. Durrs Egg worked in London ca 1772-1820 (Blackmore).
Very good. Pistol retains some thinning old applied blue with a dusky bluish-gray patina. Metal with some old minor impact marks and some very lightly scattered pitting. Clear markings and engraving. Mechanically functional, good bores are moderately oxidized with some pitting. Smooth bag grips with bumps and dings. Case good with a very old large crack across the lid, otherwise showing bumps, dings and mars. Accessories all about good to very good.