Sorry for the English.
Here in America I have recently acquired a fully engraved M1903 Springfield in 30-06 with carved stock with "H & H Zehner Gunsmiths Frankfurt" engraved on the floorplate. It is really quite lovely with the rifle in excellent condition. I am having the optic (Wetzlar) which was damaged restored, but the rifle shoots well with open sights. I assume this is post-war custom conversion work done for an American serviceman that would be quite expensive if attempted today.
Pictures of several "H @ H Zehner" rifles may be seen currently on the web and range from mine and near duplicates to a fairly plain and "klunky" imitation of a 1950's American custom rifle. Mine appears to be the one pictured at "Cowan's Auction" (http://www.cowanauctions.com/p…se/item.aspx?ItemId=83987). Fortunately, mine approximates the more graceful (if ornate) style of a pre-war guild sporting Mauser.
I always like to know the background and history of a firearm I own and know nothing of this maker. If you can tell me anything about the maker and his history (and if they are still in business), I would be very happy and appreciative.