I recently came into posession of the gun, but haven't the slightest clue what it is. I'm just curious if anyone knows anything about them. It reads on the left side, fabrique nationale d'armes de guerre herstal belgique on the top and underneath is, browning's patent depose. Underneath the depose is some weird symbols, in order from left to right: Something that looks like a walking lizard (man with a tail), then a strait line, next is a P.V, followed by something that looks like a star, then a B, and last is something that looks like an arrow pointing towards the rear. There is an identical set of symbols on the gun from directly beneath. Also, under the word belique are 2 other symbols: the left one is a big NP with a little V under the P's loop. The only way I can think to describe the one on the right is a dog with sun rays coming out of it. Also, on the trigger guard the is a V in a circle. This is all on the left side of the gun. On the right side is what I believe to be the serial number and an identical V but in a square instead still on the trigger guard. There are also some more symbols on the barrel. I cannot find any markings on it for what caliber it is. The pistol grips are engarved with a FN. The gun is 4 1/2 inches long and 3 inches tall. Any info on it would be apprieciated, I have been searching on line, but no matches. The closest I have come is the FN 1910, similar sights and design. Here are the pictures. Thanks trent.