Barton & co shotguns were made in Liege, Belgium.
Made in Liege, Belgium in 1988
It was made by Lambert Dumoulin from Liege, Belgium
The makers are the two listed. Liege is the city in Belgium where it was made.
Liege is the city in Belgium where it was made. Would need to know ALL the markings on the shotgun.
It was made in 1960 in Herstal Belgium. Herstal is a suburb of the city of Liege in Eastern Belgium. The company that made all Belgium Brownings is Fabrique Nationale or better known as FN.
They didnt. The Superposed and Liege shotguns are still made in Belgium. Auto-5's were moved to Japan in 1976.
Made in 1969, this gun was manufactured in Liege Belgium at the Fabrique Nationale Firearms plant.
This gun was made in Liege Belgium at the Fabrique Nationale Gun Factory in 1962.
A small oval, containing the letters ELG, stamped into the metal of a firearm, would indicate the gun was made in Belgium, and was tested by the government Proof House in Liege Belgium.
It was made by Raich Brothers (Freres) of Leige, Belgium.
There are many different models of Browning shotguns that were made in Belgium by the Fabrique Nationale manufacturing plant in Liege/Herstal. The oldest of which is the Auto-5 Automatic Shotgun which began in 1903. Some Superposed shotguns are still made there.
A small revolver that was made in Belgium. ELG is the proof mark for the Belgian proofhouse at Liege, Belgium. All guns made in Belgium were sent to the proofhouse, to be tested (proved) by inspection, and firing with a special high powered cartridge (proof load).
There were some pinfire revolvers made in Belgium during the mid-1800's that had a 10-shot cylinder. Typically .31 caliber or smaller. These were manufactured by various guilds in the Liege area and are not attributed to one specific maker. email@example.com
These shotguns were most likely made in Belgium in the late 19th century. LPG stood for Liege Proof Gun, from the place where it was manufactured, Liege, Belgium. During this era, there was an explosion of cottage gun making industry and most gun makers did not have names. So, if an order of a thousand guns was made, the contractor would go around and distribute the order to these small time manufacturers.
There was a Henri Pieper Arms company or small plant in Liege Belgium in the late 1880's. This was one of seven gun makers in Liege Belgium that joined forces to make militaryrifles. This group eventually evolved into the famous Company "Fabrique Nationale" or "FN".
There is one shotgun. It is Belgium made. DePose POUDRER VIVE with name NEUMANN FRERES from LIEGE on barel. If You have some interests, please write on e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Belgian proofed/made. Impossible to date without more information. <><><> Agree. The marking is likely E L G. That is not the maker, but the government proofhouse mark from Liege, Belgium.
one fact about french fries is that they were created in Belgium theyre called and they are made from potatoes.
To find out the worth research Henri Peeper shotguns Liege Belgium his factory was on Bayard st. He made and sold shotguns under many names Bayard being one of them
It may not be possible, other than a general range of years. There in no listing for Neumann and Company in my references, There were millions of inexpensive shotguns made n Belgium from the late 1800s to early 1900s, and there are no records on most. A gunsmith may be able to identify roughly when from the proofmarks stamped on the gun, but that is a maybe. Sorry-