Too little known about it to make a determination. Trigger guard is typical as is the sett trigger. But new made castings are copies of old originals. The pic doesn't help.
If old it could have been made by a local builder who has not artistically inclined. But, in fact, the old squirrel/barn/Southern/hog/Poor Boy/whatever rifles can have high collectors value because they often did not survive. Fancy presentation guns were carefully preserved. Workin' barn guns were not well cared for as they were just tools.
Or, it could be a throwed together kit with zip value. Get better pictures.