I had this gun lettered by The Historical Foundation which indicates it was shipped on December 10, 1913 to Schoverling, Daly and Gale Co.(S,D & G), New York City. It also indicates that the engraving was added after it left the factory. I read that S,D & G commissioned outside engraving shops to perform work, including ones owned and operated by L.D. Nimschke, Gustave Young, and Other Master Engravers. I realize that Nimschke and Young had passed prior to 1913. However, the engraving appears, to me, to be their style and thought the work was possibly done by someone who studied under one of them. I sent pictures to Master Engravers in Vermont and Florida and both thought the work was done by the Young family, possibly Eugene. I would appreciate any help identifying the engraver, if that is possible. I am a long time gun enthusiast and retired police officer, thirty-seven years of service, but a new member of Smith&Wesson Forums. I really enjoy reading posts from members and look forward to a long and active relationship with this community.