I was going to pass this down through the family, but things have changed. My son has decided to pop the question, but doesn't have what he needs for the ring. The girl is gem, and is highly approved by us as well. We want to help him with the ring. Up on the block is my Sterling worth 12ga. SXS (pics to follow) it is 100 years old, fully functional just as the day she was made. I have had a gun smith check it out thoroughly, and have hunted with it for the last two years. It is safe for 2 3/4" slugs through the right barrel and shot in the left. Forward and rear triggers, with a central safety. All markings are quite clearly stamped, and serial numbers all match as originals. It it dear to my heart, but my son is more so. All proceeds will go to her ring. Monkeys have first shot at this. Sterlingworth, is the sister company of A.H.Fox. who made guns that were both ungodly expensive and works of art. Some of his guns sell for several thousands of dollars each. If you can find one for sale. He was forced by economics to create a cheaper version, but he refused to "pollute" the Fox name, so he created "Sterling worth" out of thin air. Fox guns were made with thin shell English walnut, these were made with American walnut. Fox guns were made with Krupp's fluid steel barrels, these were made with Sterling worth fluid steel barrels, but all the machining of parts were done to the same standards. My Sterlingworth, is a pleasure to hold, and to shoot, there are no cracks in the stocks anywhere, (the waxed linen thread wrap is for grip/ old timer's trick). He intends to pop the question at Christmas......... Please PM any and all offers, and let's see just how joyful we can make this Christmas season.