This is one of the coolest Kentuckies I've ever seen and I almost kept it for that reason. I'm trying to find raised-carved guns for my own wall so this one is on the market. It is extremely unusual and the design work is really beautifully executed. It has a combination of Coin and German Silver inlays and wire-work, with German Silver side-plates, butt-plate, duel-ramrod housings, pipes and even the hammer. Yes, the hammer is solid German Silver and all of these parts retain generous amounts of their original silver plating. The other inlays and wire work are of Coin Silver. The wood is beautiful and retains nearly all of its piano varnish finish. The barrels are both rifled 44's. A few screws have been replaced as well as 2 pieces of silver wire. This gun is really neat.