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Old June 25, 2011, 03:37 PM   #2
PetahW
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AFAIK, the "Crown over N" mark is an inspection mark of the Suhl proofhouse, starting in 1950.

The gun looks like it might be an Artemis or Royal model, but condition/value looks to be in the 70%-75% range.

The best way to determine current value would be to research ONLY sold/closed gun auction websites like gunbroker, auctionarms, or a specialty auction house, for another like gun in like condition, to see how much someone has recently actually been willing to pay, as opposed to some unsold asking price,

"Krupp-Essen" = The Krupp Steel Company of Essen, Germany.

"fluss-stahl" = "fluid steel", as opposed to damascus or twist steel.

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