Yeah, I take Charley at his word. It is the droplock Westley pigeon gun, and is a consignment.
There are a couple of interesting 'features' - aside from the fact that it is a dedicated live-bird gun. The bearing surfaces show, virtually, no shooting wear ... 100? 200? 500? shells since it was made in 1913.
Some yay-hoo has been after the screws with a 50¢ garage-sale screwdriver and the lock plate and trigger bow have been polished and cold-blued.
Not good, but may not be bad. May not.
Charley & I have not got real serious abt price yet, but we may shortly.