Hello, I'm wondering if anyone could shed some light on a firearm I recently inherited. I've searched on Google and in THR, and while I've been able to find a limited number of examples and some vague information, I'm still left wondering about an approximate value of this gun. As stated in the title, the receiver is marked The gun has not been sporterized, AFAIK it is still chambered in the original 7mm caliber they were produced in. All examples I've seen for sale have been of the DWM variety (apparently Loewe merged into DWM), which were produced after 1900, from what I've been able to ascertain. The stock has (what I understand to be) a Chilean import mark on the left side, towards the butt of the gun, dated 1895. Overall, it's in very good condition, with minor storage wear one would expect in such an old military gun. The bluing is almost all intact and in good condition, aside from a pea-sized rust spot on the exterior tip of the barrel- no other rust from what I can see. The stock is in fine condition overall, with minor dings common in all milsurp rifles throughout, but no cracking whatsoever. The bore appears to be clean and in great condition. I think it's also worth noting the serial number (all serialized parts matching throughout the gun) is low- "D xx", with X's representing a number in the teens. The few examples I've come across online have serial numbers beginning with either "A" or "B" and ending in a four digit number. I don't have a clue what I could expect it to be worth... I've seen prices ranging from $200-600 for other examples, but as mentioned before, I haven't found any made by Loewe, only DWM. I can also take pictures, if it would help. Any information would be appreciated, thanks!