The first over-under that I ever bought turned out to be s very low number Browning Superposed (S/N 944P). The auction made no mention of the age of the gun, or really much else. They sold it as your standard Superposed with no distinguishing features. I would like to get the opinions of the experts on this board with regards to what I have. How early is the gun? What does the “P” stand for? What is the marketability of such a gun? What is the current value in today’s market? How many were made that year? I apologize for the ignorance but old shotguns are outside my wheelhouse. Any insight would be greatly appreciated.