Ornate German 16 Gauge 1912-1939 !

Here’s a wonderful ornate double barrel shotgun that is of German Manufacture. I do not see a name on this fine 16 gauge double barrel but you may be able to figure that out by the proof stampings. There are tons of proof stamps on this firearm as well as the words FLUSSSTAHL KRUPP-ESSEN which identifies the steel as fluid steel used in the barrels and the company that provided the barrel blanks. These barrels were produced by Krupp Works in Essen, Germany. Also stamped on the barrels is the word Nitro N which indicates that this shotgun was produced circa 1912-1939. The barrels have nice shiny bores with no pitting. The bluing on the barrels is very nice but thinning and nearly all there with no dents or dings. The barrels open via an underneath horn side lever that is attached to a walnut checkered forearm. There is just a minor bit of damage to the edge of the forearm. The forearm is fastened by a key through escuteons. The buttstock is also nice walnut with the same checkering to the wrist as on the forearm. The buttstock is finished with a nice steel buttplate. There is minor wear with dings and such to the buttstock but nothing major and no cracks or breaks. The ornate hammers are matching and in great condition. The back locks, front receiver, trigger guard and tang are all highly engraved with floral engravings and look outstanding! The finger guard behind the trigger guard is ornate made of horn. The barrels are nice and tight and the action works perfectly. This is one beautiful shotgun!!! I only ship USPS Priority/Insured. I charge actual charges for shipping. Note: I am an FFL and ALL weapons, except antique weapons before 1898 must be transfered. I pride myself on my honesty in my descriptions however I am not a gunsmith so used firearms should be checked out by a competent gunsmith prior to firing also please inspect the weapons fully prior to transferring to avoid any problems. Also, all Firearms are subject to sell in our shop even during the auction unless the firearm (item) has a bid. I will remove them for the auction site if they sell in the shop. . Thanks! Ted