This is a fine, solid and unmarked gun and relatively rare. There are 2 or 3 guns marked with this makers name with identical patchboxes in the big patch-box book by Roy Chandler. I haven't been able to find any information on this maker as yet, but I can say that at least one of these guns has been reported to reside in the famed Kindig Collection. It has decorative toe and comb plates ( the toe with piercings) and a long wear-plate under the fore-end. The 42 & 1/2" barrel is of prox. 50 caliber rifled, and the over-all length is 58 & 1/2". There are scattered and tasteful inlays of brass and silver about the stock as pictured. This is a really nice and full-sized Kentucky Rifle, not a dainty little thing. It is priced to sell and not expensive.