Additional photos where shown here.
You may also note there is no butt plate and a slight concavity to the bottom of the toe.
The triggers are a bit unusual. They are built in a "box" with a pin holding the trigger box in place. When assembled it looks like the tang bolt goes through to the plate but it does not, just a big handmade wood screw.
The lock has a French hammer that is out of place. The lock itself looks Swiss, or at least like the Swiss lock that Gary Brumfield shows on a Jaeger on his website. The trigger box shown earlier is a lot like what Hammerli was using in the 19th century.
Copy and photos supplied by Heinz Ahlers.