One of innumerable guns imported from Belgian from around 1880 through 1910 for the catalog/hardware trade. Value would be below $200.
To many variations over the past 100 yrs to answer.
It's a Belgian gun, the ELG is a Belgian proofmark.
That is a Belgian proofmark, but would need to know the other markings on the gun in order to identify it.
Most likely Belgian
Can't be answered without a DETAILED description of ALL markings, finish, overall condition, box, papers, accessories, etc..
Impossible to value without any more information.
FN is one
You will have to carefully note exactly how the gun is marked, first.
12 gauge Belgian Browning shotgun, serial #296305
Not enough information to answer that question. Need to know the other markings.
Not enough information to answer. Are you seeking the value of a barrel or of a complete shotgun? Please repost with more info, and any and all markings on the gun.
Not with just those markings. Provide a detailed description of all markings and maybe.
If that is in fact the complete serial number, it is NOT a 'Sweet Sixteen.' You have a standard-weight Auto-5 16ga shotgun made in 1927. The Sweet Sixteen is a specific lightweight model introduced in 1936. Which markings are you looking at? The Belgian guns have quite a few different proofmarks, and then there are the choke markings. email@example.com
Plymouth was a trade brand shotgun made by Crescent Fire Arms Co and later by Davis-Warner Arms Co. It was distributed/retailed by H & D Folsome. Shotgun Markings also lists a hammer double barrel by an unknown Belgian maker and indicates the retailer was Spear & Co.
Impossible to answer.
The barrel will be marked "Made in Belgium"
50-10000 USD depending on specifics.
Not with the just the information you have given. Provide a detailed description of ALL markings, stock, barrel length, gauge, finish, accessories, etc.
Without knowing the maker or the markings on the barrel/breech, you can't find out anything. Even then, there may be little to no information.
Shotguns made in the US before 1968 were not required to have serial numbers. Would have to go with whatever markings are on the gun.
No way to answer without more information such as type of crimp, paper color, markings on paper and head and base.
By and large, the Belgian shotguns are lumped together under the term JABC (Just Another Belgian Clunker). They were imported and sold through hardware catalogs. There ARE some examples of fine Belgian gunmakers. You might take your gun into a gunsmith for evaluation, but dont get your hopes up.
Provide a DETAILED description of ALL markings.