I inherited this W H Hamilton double barrel shotgun a few years ago. When I received it, the wrist was broken and had tape holding it together. It was missing the firing pins, left hammer, and the trigger guard. The rear trigger was bent backwards where it wouldn't function. The right hammer screw is stripped and pops out whenever the trigger is pulled. There is also a wobble in the action, which was probably caused by firing smokeless shells thru it years ago. A few years ago, I found some W H Hamilton parts on eBay and put them on it, without fitting anything. I also epoxied the wrist area together, but didn't clean it up very much. I have run out of projects, and decided to put some effort into this old shotgun to improve it's appearance. I realize this is a black powder gun and will never shoot it, but would still like to get it back into functioning condition. From what I have learned this was a cheap Belgium import shotgun that was made anywhere between 1880's and 1920's or so. Can someone help identify the barrel markings to narrow down the year of manufacture? I know the EGL is a Belgium proof marking, and there are variations. Any other information would be appreciated.