Manufactured in 1910. Blued Damascus steel barrels with single bead sight on the matted solid rib, single bands of engraving at either breech, choke constrictions of .025/.033 inches, chambers measured at 3 inches with automatic ejectors. The casehardened boxlock action displays floral scroll engraving surrounding a pointer on the left, a mallard on the underside, a setter on the right, and a woodcock on the trigger guard. The gun features double triggers and a tang mounted automatic safety switch. Nicely figured, fancy checkered splinter forend with engraved fittings and contrasting tip inlay and pistol grip stock with grip cap, blank inscription shield, and rubber recoil pad. Stock measurements: 1 3/4 inch drop at comb; 2 7/8 inch drop at heel; 14 5/16 inch length of pull; weight 8 lbs 3 oz.
Very fine, showing an attractive even brown patina on the barrels, strong traces of the case colors mostly in the protected areas, and mild handling evidence. The wood has been revarnished and has a small crack on the left of the forend, otherwise, it is very fine with crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent.
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