Signature: Signed twice on the lock in script: Pirmet à Paris 1809 (Pirmet in Paris, 1809).
Inscription: Inscribed on the barrel in script: W (for the recipient) and N (for Napoleon);
On the ram-rod: ILC (probably Jean Le Clerc).
Marking: Marked on the end of the butt: a cock in reserve with beveled corners, flanked by an A on the right), and an I on the left (assay mark, 1798–1809); a head of an old man, in a circle, flanked by the numbers 8 and 5 (second assay mark, 1798–1809); a lozenge with a laurel spray and the letter F to the left; a crowned head of a woman, three-quarters face, in a circle;
On the tongue attaching the trigger guard: the two assay marks described above;
On the base of each barrel: crossed laurel brances enclosing a fleur-de-lis, within an oval; to the right and left of the intersection, an L and a C (Jean Le Clerc).
On one barrel: 1809; and on the second barrel: 217.