Janssen was a major gunmaker in Belgium c. 1880-1915, so probably made shotguns of every size from little 9mm garden guns up to 6 or even 4 gauge market guns. Almost all of those made for import to the US would have been 12 gauge double barrels with a few 16's, 20's, and 28's, but probably nothing smaller unless maybe a few single-shots in .44XL were ordered.
There have been several variations of Janssen shotguns. Large gunmaking family in Belgium. J JANSSEN shotguns are typical hardware-store imports that top out at $250, but JANSSEN FRES (for example) can bring several times that.
The same reason rifles come in different sizes. Smaller gauges generally have less recoil, throw a smaller pattern, and some people just prefer different sizes.
guage refers to the size of the shell any particular shotgun will fire.
Janssen & Co, Leige, Belgium became Janssen Fils & Co., c. 1892. Sometime between 1895 and 1914 the company became part of Simonis, Janssen, Dumoulin & Co. They would have marked guns intended for export to the United States "Sons" instead of "Fils".
J Janssen was one of the partners of Simonis, Janssen and Dumoulin which was a Belgian gunmaking firm that produced shotguns for the American hardware store trade from the late 1880's through about 1910. Value is for decoration, and rarely exceeds $250.
When one of your gauges shows something abnormal, your "check gauges" light will come one. Chances are you're low on motor oil. When you corner, the oil will slosh away from the pickup, causing your oil pressure gauge to read zero for a second. This in turn causes your check gauges light to come on, but by the time you look at your gauges, the oil has settled in the pan is your oil pressure is reading normal again. When you see the check gauges light and the gauges are reading fine, check your oil.
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The check gauges light comes on when one of the gauges is out of normal range. The vehicle is either overheating, not charging or low on oil pressure.
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They were a brand of Crescent Firearms. They probably came in 12, 16, 20 and .410. It is possible but unlikely they came in 10 and 28 gauges. It is exceptionally unlikely but possible they came in 32 gauge. They seem to be running around $300 in 2012.
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Hans Janssen was the supposed creator of the microscope, along with his son, Zacharias Janssen. Actually, Hans Janssen was the son of Zacharias Janssen, not the other way around. And yes they did invent the first Compound Microscope in the year 1590.
They made identical shotguns in other gauges, but if it is not a 16 gauge, it is an Auto-5, not a Sweet Sixteen.
One of the gauges is telling you something is wrong. It could be it's overheating or not charging or no oil pressure.
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Ray Janssen was born in 1937.
Benno Janssen died in 1964.
Benno Janssen was born in 1874.
Johannes Janssen died in 1891.
Johannes Janssen was born in 1829.