- Cased flint-lock rifle with accessories
- Nicolas Noël Boutet (1761 - 1833)
- Versailles, France
- c. 1805
- Steel, gold, walnut, silver, whale-bone, ivory, morocco leather, velvet, horn and wood, damascened, gilded, engraved and carved
- Length: 102 cm, overall
Length: 59.3 cm, barrel
Width: 1.3 cm, calibre
Weight: 3.61 kg
- Maker's mark: Marks of the maker Boutet
Stamp: 'Man. Vlles.'
Inscription: 'A VERSAILLES'
Stamp: The first standard mark for silver made in the departments for the period 1798 - 1809
Stamp: The poinçon de garantie for silver made in the Departments fom 1798 - 1809
Maker's mark: 'A diamond-shaped punch, its long vertical axis, containing a pistol fesse-wise in the centre, its butt ot the dextor; above is the letter N and below it the letter B.
Inscription: A Gothic R surmounted by an Imperial crown
Inscription: 'MANUFACTURE IMPÉRIALE D'ARMES DE VERSIALLES ENTERPRISES BOUTET'
Inscription: 'Boutet à Versilles Manufactre Impériale'
Stamp: Diamond-shaped punch, its long axis vertical, containing an object consisting of a ball on which stands a tapering obelisk with a smaller ball at the top with tiny rays diverging from it, on the left side of the obelisk is the letter J, on the right is a B.
Stamp: The mark of the Association des Orfèvres of 1793 - 4, a full-face woman's head and neck with a small capital letter P to her right in an oval punch.
- European Armoury III