This is a great looking rifle in original percussion. It has initials on top of the barrel that cannot be distinguished. Viewers seem to believe it the work of Jacob Albright who moved from Pa. to Ohio during his building years. The gun has 43 inlays scattered about the gun and I might ad, done quite tastefully. The three tulips on the cheek-piece side of the butt are not silver, but mother-of-pearl, an unusual and seldom seen feature on any Kentucky. The work is lovely. This is a very fine gun in total length of 56", 40" barrel and about 45 caliber. It has a hairline crack on one side of the wrist with a silver plate added on each side of the barrel tang for support. The work is quite tasteful and looks to be part of the original motif, but it is actually a bracing. It is rock-solid and doesn't detract from the gun at all. This gun will look outstanding above anyone's fireplace or a gun rack in the collection room.