.60 caliber, 8″ part octagon barrels engraved and gold washed at the breech. Engraved flat stepped locks with faceted freestanding pans. Full silver mounts with masked butts and hallmarked for 1759. The makers name is engraved on the locks. Full stocks carved at the breech and behind the rear ramrod thimble. One of the nicest pairs of French and Indian War period pistols I have seen in beautiful original condition and of very high quality. Very scarce.