I recently purchased a Simson drilling. From reading this and another site I believe it was made in Nov of 1919. It is 16 gauge and the rifle is 9.3 x 72, (I think). It appears to be in pretty good shape. I don't know what model it would have been but the above information is just a guess. The inside of the barrels appear to be excellent. It does have nitro proofs on the shotgun barrels. I am hoping for a Diamond in the ruff here. It does have a scratch on the left rear stock but only appears to be the finish, hard to see in the pics. The checkering on the front stock is very thin on one side, a couple of screws have sharp spots on them. The rifle barrel has a dent but it doesn't appear to be inside. A couple of small dings on the top rail and a few linear dents on the front stock. If I were to guess I think the action was reblued but not sure. I didn't measure the length of the barrels when I posted this and didn't have it available. I would like to know if there is a model to this gun, the quality it represents for the era and and if someone has some thought as it value. Thanks for any help.