A 14x33mm RIMFIRE SINGLE-SHOT RIFLE, UNSIGNED, MODEL 'WANZL'.
The Wänzl or Wänzel rifle was a breechloading conversion of the Lorenz M1854 and M1862 rifles. The Austro-Hungarian Empire used the Wänzel as their service rifle until they had enough Werndl-Holub M1867 rifles to arm the military.
The rifle was a lifting block breechloader chambered for the 14×33mm Wänzel rimfire cartridge. The Austrians converted a total of 70,000 Lorenz muskets to Wänzels.
This example being a conversion of the Lorenz Pattern 1854 rifle, with sighted 34 1/2in. barrel, flip-up 'trap-door' style breech, external lock, walnut full-stock and iron furniture, exposed iron surfaces corroded and shallow pitted.
Fully working but missing front sling swivel.