Manufactured around 1919. Single bead sight on the vent rib, with simple starburst engraving on the side flats next to the chamber, ejector and a 2 3/4 inch chamber. The frame is casehardened and engraved with scroll and floral patterns, with an Eagle on the right, a trap shooter on the left and the address divided between the sides. Fleur-de-Lis checkered English stock with engraved forearm hardware, ebony forearm tip insert, an unused monogram shield and an Pachmayr recoil pad. Includes Boyt soft case Condition: Very good to Antique excellent. 85% of the original blue finish on barrel, which is turning to a brown patina, with a few bare spots on the rib. Dark case colors are present on the frame, fading slightly along the edges and near the front, with crisp engraving. The wood is very good with below average handling marks, dings, scratches then expected for a gun of this age. Bore is mirror bright. Function is excellent. Bore Diameter @ 6″ from muzzle= .720 Wall Thickness @ 6″ from muzzle = .046 LOP @ Heel= 14 5/8″ LOP @ Toe= 14 7/8″ Choke= .693 (FULL) Drop @ Comb = 1 1/2″ Drop @ Heel = 2 1/8″ Weight= 7.4 lbs CLASS: C&R Eligible