Joseph Stöckl in Neustadt/Vienna, circa 1760.

A pair of percussion blunderbuss pistols, two-stage barrels, the breech section octagonal then round with wide, horizontally oval belled muzzles.

On top of the barrels engraved signatures next to rocaille ornamentation.

Converted locks.

Lightly carved walnut full stocks with horn nose caps and smooth brass furniture.

Wooden ramrods with horn tips. Length of each 44 cm.