Mainly identified by features, not a stamped number.
There should be a stamped model number on the left side of your barrel. The serial number will be on the reciever; however, the model number is on the barrel.
What you have is a Model 1885 Single Shot (high-wall) shotgun that was manufactured in the year 1913.
if you would look on the barrel you might find the model number and caliber...............
Model names or numbers are usually stamped on the bell.
There is no model number. The "T" stands for sport.
It should be stamped on the barrel It should be stamped on the barrel
The model and tractor number for 1938 to 1957 model B's is stamped in a pad next to the gear shift lever. It will most likely have a Bxxx with 3 or more numbers after. Then go to tractor data dot com find the year of the serial number.
No such model. There was a Model 49. Vary from 50-165 or so