Made by F. Dumoulin & Co c. 1894 - 1930, but most likely prior to 1900 or so with the twist barrels and certainly before 1914 when WWI shut off imports of European arms. It has no value as a hunting arm since it was not designed for modern ammunition and little value as a collectable since literally millions of similar shotguns were imported. It can bring from $150 to $250 as a mantle decoration.
No such thing as a 22 Shotgun.
It's worth $125-$150 as a mantle decoration. If it's really silver and engraved, not nickel and roll-stamped, it may be worth a bit more. Don't try to shoot it.
i dont know. i think it is
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It's a high grade shotgun that is a Galkery Gun - hand engraved signed by Artist - very expensive
This is a Auto-5 shotgun made by Fabrique Nationale in Belgium. This is a 12 guage shotgun made in 1930. The barrel should be stamped Browning Arms Co. Ogden Utah and or a combination of Ogden and St. Louis Mo. It will not have any scroll engraving on the receiver unless it is a gradeII or better. The standard grade was not engraved in that year.
Winchester did not make firearms in Belgium
You will have to contact Browning.
You need the services of an appraiser.
Made by Anciens Etablissments Pieper, Leige, Belgium, c. 1900-1914. Value is as a wall decoration, from $50 to $250 depending on condition.
There could be a variety of 20ga shotguns that could be valued that high. Superposed High grade guns could get that high as well as possible custom engraved one of a kind A5's.
Check the barrel and receiver
Japan, Portugal and Belgium
No such model number.
At least one does.
This is best left to a gunsmith.
The barrel will be marked "Made in Belgium"
It will be marked on the receiver/barrel.
By the serial number.
The Jana 10 Gauge Shotgun was manufactured in Belgium. It was imported into the United States by Jana International Company Importers of Sporting Arms. They are located in Denver, Colorado.