.45 caliber, 9.25" barrels, no S/N. 15" overall length. An elegant and rare of Swiss flintlock dueling pistols signed "F. Ulrich in Bern" on top flat with single gold line at breech. Plain case hardened breeches with case hardened rear sights. Plain spurred triggerguards with plain flat lock with push-one safety. Plain hammers and roller bearing frizzens with rain-proof pans. Buttcaps of steel with further cap of expanded silver flower. Finely marbled walnut full stocks with silver shield inlay on sideplate. Butts finely checkered with ramrod pipes finely formed. Barrels held with two blued wedges feature Boutet-style micro-groove rifling. Cased in their original doeskin-lined case, compartments show green interior. Includes original horn powder flask, steel ramrod with jag, elaborately grained wooden mallet with integral rammer.
Barrels retain nearly all of their original brown finish, mostly darkened cased colors on locks, frizzen springs and safety retain nearly all of their bluing. Original ramrods with brass tips. Gold lined vents are bright. Stocks in exemplary condition throughout retaining much of their original varnish with very minor marks. Pans were once gold-lined with all gold removed. Exterior of case extraordinary. Beautifully grained veneer. One of the finest pairs of Swiss dueling pistols extant.