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Have a double barrel 12 gauge rabbit ear--Made in Belgium--1908--numbers stamped 13767--has all kind of beautiful engravings on metel and carved stock with head probably of deer --double trigger with guard---Anybody have any ideas who manufactured or anything else I might use to identify--Sure do appreciate any help. Thanks Ron S
 

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With clear sharp photos of all the markings ( remove the forearm, there will also be markings there ) it may be possible to give you more information. In one year alone at the turn of the 18th century, over one million firearms were proofed at Liege proof house. Belgium had dozens of gun makers, from large factories to small mom and pop cottage industries, they were imported all over Europe and to the U.S. by the boat load ( literally ).
 
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