I've been surfing around on the forum, and have come across several posts talking about these shotguns. However, I can't seem to match any of the information to what I have. It's a VERY old and beat up shotgun, with the break lever under the barrels, where the fore end would be. There is a metal plate that covers the grip portion of the stock that is stamped "W. RICHARDS" in all capital block letters. The only other markings I can find on it are the number "32100" stamped under the break lever, and between the barrels, about halfway down on the underside. It also has the number "89", with "BC" under it, stamped in the wood under the right barrel, towards the pivot.
I'm positive it's not a Westley Richards, and it doesn't match the descriptions of ID marks given by the W. Richards website. I'm sure it's probably a Belgian copy, just curious if it might be something else.