Early AH Fox A model, probably from the 1920's. This is NOT the cheaper Sterlingworth.
Nice, tight action. Splinter fore end, good bluing..probably 95%. Not much case hardening left on reciever, but it still is pretty. Has an unusual butt plate that has an adjustable plate on it. These were big back in the 1950s, and a standard "proper" butt plate could easily be installed.
This is a "Philadelphia" Gun, with "Krupp Fluid Steel Barrels" NOT Damascus.
Gun was gotten in trade back in the 1950's by my dad. Have the original letter of the trade from Frank LeFever and sons.
It is a classic and points at the traps like a billiar cue..really made me understand why some shotguns are more expensive than others.
Would consider partial trades plus cash. Feel free to contact me, worst thing I can say is "no thanks". $1500