You could show us some pichers (I'm from Alabama) so we could figger out what "issues" the stock has.
The gun is not match numbered, doesn't seem like much of a prize for job performance... unless they expected him to fight to the last to defend the factory.
I don't know what all those marks mean, I consider them stamps applied by men long dead for records long lost. A real collector might could decode them if he could see them. But he wouldn't care much because of the mismatched parts and "issues" on stock.