This is a 1/3 scale Wesson swivel barrel derringer made by Zavie Kucer, the son of master miniature maker David Kucer. Zavie is an aeronautical engineer, and has joined his father in the making of fine miniature firearms. 1 7/8″ long overall with the dagger retracted. 2 3/8″ long overall with the dagger extended. The rotating barrel group measures 15/16″ long. Yellow brass frame & front sights, blued barrel group & screws, two piece ivory grips showing some nice grain with yellow brass escutcheons and a single screw entering from the left side. The hammer, trigger, dagger blade and barrel release finished in the white. Both barrels marked on one side “FRANK WESSON WORCESTER MASS PATENTED DEC 15 1868 JULY 20 1869”. Checkered hammer spur, the hammer with both half & full cock. The front of the trigger is serrated. The framed marked “2” on the bottom behind the trigger Complete with the original Kucer cocobolo wood hinged top casing with magnetic latches. The case top with the typical Kucer coat of arms oval medallion inlaid into the front right corner. The casing interior bottom lined in a dark burgundy velour. The casing interior lid lined in a white silk with the Kucer coat o farms logo. Mint condition. Price Reduced: $2,250.00.