Inscription: Chiseled in relief near the breech on the rib along the top of the barrel in equal-size Gothic letters: Perrin Bte A Paris.
On the right barrel: LEOPOLD BERNARD; and N64; On the left barrel: CANNONIER A PARIS; on the midrib, 8184.1854.
Marking: Stamped beneath each barrel: a deeply punched oval mark with the letters LB separated by a dot, with a closed (imperial?) crown above, and a five-pointed star below;
On the breech hook: L. Perrin;
On the face of each lockplate, in the recess for the cock: L.PERRIN; on the inside face of each lockplate, L.PERRIN and the number 64; inside the right lock is the additional stamp W.
Scratched on the inside of the silver buttplate are the intials: JPD, and the date 1976 (possibly referring to the restorer);
On the lock recess on each side of the stock: L. PERRIN stamped twice at the extreme ends;
On the underside of the breech tang and on the inside surface of each bridle (within the lock mechanism): 64;
On the lock components and screws: assembly marks as 1, 2, or 3 notches.