New member here seeking info... Through a family connection, I've been approached about selling a pre-WWII double rifle. I'm a hunter not a gun collector so please bear with me as I search for info. The rifle is complete and in rather good condition with minimal pitting only on the metal work at the edges of the chambers. It was made by the Krupps factory in Germany. All the numbers on the parts seem to match so it looks original. It has quite a bit of decorative hand work on the screws as well as the rest of the receiver and has the original leather case. The forestock is delicate in construction and has really gentle lines. It has double triggers. There is original marking in German at the safety and on the side of the stock is a metal tag with a signature and words in German. It looks to me like it may have been a presentation gift to someone. The rifle is short in length and has a rather short stock. It has a scope mount attached and the original scope is in the case. The scope has a single post and the view is pretty clear. Looks like about 4 power but that's just my guess. The rifle has iron front and rear sights. The rifle has thick barrels with clear rifling inside. Condition inside the barrels looks really good. Overall it is a beautiful gun but I need info to figure it's worth. Any help is appreciated.