All I could tell you is please DO NOT SELL IT! Many collectors would hound you to sell it to them. Maybe even wave cash in your face. That specific rifle has a story and a person attached to it, a "family member" no less. From the battlefield overseas carried in combat to the journey across thousands of miles of ocean to its final destination, America. Maybe other such rifles could be found, but not one with a personal story.
No one reads or cares what is written in ones signature box. So I'm not writing anything worth reading or remembering.