.530 bore diameter, 29.5" octagonal barrel, top of barrel is engraved and inlaid with silver. Marked Johann Ernst Field A Ulm. made flintlocks in 1760. Notched rear barrel sight and blade front sight. Deep relief engraved lock, hammer and tang and on the rear in a small panel is engraved Ernst Fiedler. Silver hardware is deeply chased buttplate, sideplate and trigger guard. . Entire stock is decorated in Silver beads in geometric designs. Stock is raised ccarved behind the cheek piece, around the tang, around the rear ramrod thimble, around the tiggerguard. Decorated wood trigger guard. Horn nose cap. Eight pointed star inlaid on the cheek piece with silver wire outlining the star. Moldings outlining all parts. Very fancy circassian walnut stock. Sling swivels on the nosecap and in the rear on the bottom of the stock. Still retains some of the original leather sling.
Barrel has a dark blue look, smooth and no pitting. Lock and hammer are a sharp and crisp with a satin grey look which is the original finish. Silver hardware is excellent. Stock has a small piece of wood missing on the left side 10.5" long and about a 1/4" wide. This is an outstanding piece of German workmanship.