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That's a late model A-5 with two piece carrier. The serial should have another number and letter to it.
Edit to add-- -That's an export FN gun that did not go to Browning USA.
 

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The prefix guns were sold by Browning USA. The guns were made by FN and sold to others besides Browning. The serial number ranges are different. FN may have the answer. They now own Browning (and Winchester).
 

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"Worth" is relative and not well defined. I have one made it 1905 that's in MUCH better condition. I paid $100 for it, but it needed a couple parts.
It reminds me of the story of the guy with the beat-up car that drove onto the lot and ask the salesman what it was worth. The salesman said,
"How much gas has it got in it?"
That looks to be a parts gun that could be made to shoot again with a lot of work.
 
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