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Answered 2006-07-15 13:18:40

This is probably Belgian in origin, and would be one of the many thousands of inexpensive hardware-store shotguns sold via catalog in the late 1800's through about 1910 or so. Look on the underside of the barrels for the ELG proofmark. We would need to know more information on the exact markings to go further, but if we are correct in the above assumption value would top out at $200 as a decorator piece. Please dont try to shoot it. sales@countrygunsmith.net

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