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You must call Browning. SN does not follow normal convention

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1896 Athens, Greece Obverse: Zeus holding NikeReverse: The Acropolis Jules-Clément Chaplain Paris Mint 48 3.8 47 1900 Paris, France Obverse: Winged goddess holding laurel branches; Paris in the backgroundReverse: A victorious athlete holding a laurel branch; the Acropolis in the backgroundNote: The only Olympic medal that is not circular Frédérique Vernon Paris Mint 59 x 41 3.2 53 1904 St. Louis, Missouri,U.S. Obverse: Nike holding a laurel crown and a palm leafReverse: An athlete holding a laurel crown; Greek temple in the background Dieges & Clust Dieges & Clust 37.8 3.5 21 1908 London, Great Britain Obverse: An athlete receiving a laurel crown from two female figuresReverse: Saint George atop a horseEdge: "Vaughton", event name and winner Bertram Mackennal Vaughton & Sons 33 4.4 21 1912 Stockholm,Sweden Obverse: An athlete receiving a laurel crown from two female figuresReverse: A herald opening the Games with a statue of Pehr Henrik Ling behind him Bertram Mackennal (obverse)Erik Lindberg (reverse) C.C. Sporrong & Co 33.4 1.5 24 1920 Antwerp, Belgium Obverse: An athlete holding a laurel crown and a palm leafReverse: Statue of Silvius BraboEdge: Name, event, team, "Antwerp", and the date Josué Dupon Coosmans 59 4.4 79 1924 Paris, France Obverse: An athlete helping another to standReverse: A harp and various items of sports equipment André Rivaud Paris Mint 55 4.8 79 1928 Amsterdam,Netherlands Design: TrionfoNote: This obverse design, sometimes recreated, remains until 2004, the reverse design remained until 1972 Giuseppe Cassioli Dutch State Mint 55 3 66 1932 Los Angeles, U.S. Design: Trionfo Giuseppe Cassioli Whitehead & Hoag 55.3 5.7 96 1936 Berlin, Germany Design: Trionfo"B.H MAYER PFORZHEIM 990" Giuseppe Cassioli B.H. Mayer 55 5 71 1948 London, Great Britain Design: Trionfo Giuseppe Cassioli John Pinches 51.4 5.1 60 1952 Helsinki, Finland Design: TrionfoEdge: 916 M / Y6 (Factory Stamp) Giuseppe Cassioli Kultakeskus Oy 51 4.8 46.5 1956 Melbourne,Australia Design: TrionfoGiuseppe Cassioli K.G. Luke 51 4.8 68 1960 Rome, Italy Design: TrionfoSurround: A bronze laurel wreath and laurel leaf chain Giuseppe Cassioli Artistice Fiorentini 68 6.5 211 1964 Tokyo, Japan Design: Trionfo Giuseppe Cassioli andToshikaka Koshiba Japan Mint 60 7.5 62 1968 Mexico City,Mexico Design: Trionfo Giuseppe Cassioli 60 6 130 1972 Munich, Germany Obverse: TrionfoReverse: Castor and Pollux, twin sons of Zeus and LedaEdge: Winner's name and sport Giuseppe Cassioli (obverse)Gerhard Marcks (reverse) Bavarian Mint 66 6.5 102 1976 Montreal, Canada Obverse: TrionfoReverse: A stylised laurel crown and the Montreal Games logoEdge: Name of the sport Giuseppe Cassioli (obverse) Royal Canadian Mint 60 5.8 154 1980 Moscow, Russia Obverse: TrionfoReverse: A stylised Olympic flame and the Moscow Games logo Giuseppe Cassioli (obverse)Ilya Postol (reverse) Moscow Mint 60 6.8 125 1984 Los Angeles, U.S. Obverse: TrionfoReverse:An Olympic champion held aloft by a crowdNote: The reverse returns to the Cassioli design Giuseppe Cassioli Jostens, Inc 60 7.9 141 1988 Seoul, South Korea Obverse: TrionfoReverse: An outline of a dove carrying a laurel branch and the Seoul Olympic logo Giuseppe Cassioli (obverse) Korea Minting and Security Printing Corporation 60 7 152 1992 Barcelona, Spain Obverse: Updated interpretation of TrionfoReverse: Barcelona Games logo Xavier Corbero Royal Mint of Spain 70 9.8 231 1996 Atlanta, U.S. Obverse: Updated interpretation of TrionfoReverse: A stylised olive branch, the Atlanta Games logo, and "Centennial Olympic Games"Edge: "Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games" Malcolm Grear Designers Reed & Barton 70 5 181 2000 Sydney, Australia Obverse: Updated interpretation of TrionfoReverse: The Sydney Opera House, Olympic Flame, and Olympic ringsEdge: Event name Wojciech Pietranik Royal Australian Mint 68 5 180 2004 Athens, Greece Obverse: Nike with Panathinaiko Stadium in the backgroundReverse: The Olympic Flame, the opening lines of Pindar's Eighth Olympic Ode, and the Athens Games logo Elena Votsi 60 5 135 2008 Beijing, China Obverse: Nike with Panathinaiko Stadium in the backgroundReverse: a jade ring with the Beijing Games logo in the centre and the event details on the outer edge Xiao Yong[18] China Banknote Printing and Minting Corporation 70 6 200 2012 London, United Kingdom Obverse: Nike with Panathinaiko Stadium in the backgroundReverse: The River Thames and the London Games logo with angled lines in the background David Watkins Royal Mint 85 7 375-400 Source: Wikipedia


Impossible to answer without a serial number.


what year on browning 16 guage no x54707


Impossible to answer without the serial number.


if you are asking about a browning auto-5 shotgun?The year of production of your browning shotgun is 1928.


With the serial number that you provided,your Browning auto-5 shotgun was produced in Belguim by FN for Browning in the year 1951.


These number don't identify what the gun is, nor is it a Browning Serial number. What do you mean by "32"?


See the Browning website- customer service. Date of prodcution by serial number listing.


No way to answer without a detailed description of all markings.


You have not stated the model number, but what looks like a serial number. There was a Browning Auto 5 in 16ga with 122008 serial number made in 1939. This may be what you have if it is an Automatic Browning shotgun. (A5)



The model is called the "BAR" which stands for Browning Automatic Rifle. This gun was made in 1971


With the serial number that you provided,your Browning auto-5 12 gauge shotgun was made by FN of Belguim for Browning in 1947.



You will have to call Browning.



Made in 1970, what is your question?


The caliber should be marked on the slide.


No way to answer without a detailed description.



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