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I assume when you say crown you mean a star???
The barells are german made (their steel) and the gun Italian.
The proof marks are for guns made after 1950, though before that the system was quite similar.
The gun is safe to use with non magnum, smokeless (modern) shells.
WALSRODE is a german town where the barells were possibly made.
The 17. and 18 . are the barells choke and barell diameters.

are you sure about the Cal20.3???

1.490 is the weight of the barells in kg.

the 1933 is probably a serial number.

Look for any roman numerals on the guns barells and action I,IV, etc.

In Brescia there are/were so many gun makers its very difficult to identify guns from that region.
 

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Bear in mind that for unknown makers of brescia the main things determining the value is the condition and the engraving. The quality and quantity of engraving is very important to buyers.
 
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