This late 17th century style rifle has blade and notch sights, some crude engraving around the rear sight, "P R" marked on top at the breech, border engraving at the breech, an internal wheel, warrior and best scene on the dog, shell design on the dog bridle, sea creature design by the wheel, "ERTTEL. SENI" signed ahead of the pan, a scene of a spotted cat looking back towards a castle/estate on the rear portion of the lock plate, adjustable double set triggers, and very ornate staghorn/bone/antique ivory and mother of pearl decorated stock. The stock inlays feature primarily a variety fo floral and bestial mask designs. The left side features a scene of a hunter aiming his rifle at a stag being pursued by his dogs along with two flushed birds.
Good with gray and brown patina on the barrel and lock, mild pitting, aged patina on the replacement brass trigger guard, and moderate overall wear. The stock is far and has cracks including a break in the midsection, some slivers absent from the edges, small pieces of absent or replaced inlays, some repairs, and mild overall wear. The lock is not tested.
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