Hello folks, One of my first posts but I thought this interaction was interesting so I thought I would post it. For the last 20 years or so Ive been (and still are) an avid militaria collector from the US Civil War through WW2. Recently I came across a big collection that I bought (yes it was expensive) and I asked if there were any guns (Luger, P38s, 1911 or even a P35) but no luck.. He came out with this nice over under and a sweet 16 browning. I have learned that the over under 20 gauge is a superposed and the 16 is kind of rare. Anyway not being a big shotgun collector (or not at all) I found a local range and took them out. I had never done sporting clays.. Tons of Fun.. The range master took note of my guns and really gave me a ration of "you know what"... He said "Son, these are in way too good a shape to shoot" and basically ordered me to use one of his and to put mine away. He said these as collector guns are worth thousands...That got my attention!. The over under serial is 25174 and the 16 is S 46239 Back in the office he showed me a thick blue book that the over under was a superposed made in the early 60s and the 16 was from the 50s. Something about the rare combination of dark wood, elevated vent and something about the knob below where you put you hands to shoot. Granted the pics are not that great but I cant really see anything wrong with either one... So I decided to post here and see what you all think.. Keep in the safe..shoot.. or find out the real deal?.. thanks Disbo..