Original Civil War .32 Caliber DD Cone Marked Uhlinger Pistol Low Number. Uhlinger’s D.D. CONE marked, .32 rimfire pistols (Flayderman 8A-184) with a 4 ¾” octagonal barrel. The pistol is typical of the Uhlinger guns in that it is only marked with the trade name D.D. CONE / WASHINGTON D.C. on top of the barrel flat and with the serial number 1121. The serial number is found externally on the bottom of the grip frame, under the barrel (hidden by the ejector rod), on the side of the cylinder and on the inner edge of the loading gate. It is also found stamped on the inside of the two-piece rosewood grips. . This gun has no condition issues, except slight surface mild pitting (see photos) and small chip in the hammer that does not effect the gun’s works. This is 100% guaranteed to be authentic, and unaltered. In collectors grade condition, a very nice working artifact. A rare pistol produced in the U.S. for use in the American Civil War. Many soldiers on both sides carried back up weapons like this (see photos). Complete museum documentation (COA) provided. This is a pre-1898 antique gun so no federal registration is required. Although this is a working gun we do not recommend firing antique guns. If you decide to shoot it, we will not be held liable for any results. You are responsible for knowing your local laws. No sales to New Jersey, New York City, D.C., or outside the United States. No PayPal on antique fire arms Credit Card only.