I tracked down "Big Nan" and was allowed by the owner to hold her. It was a privilege to do so, though it required some cajoling on my part. Got to caress her, work her bolt, shoulder her, and basically just enjoy the feeling of a weapon which had been carried and used all over Alaska (and Africa I believe). She was surprising light for a .375. I was surprised that the front sling swivel was sweated onto the barrel. The butt pad was multi-layered, and I was told she had had 3 stocks. I expected to see an ebony forepiece, but no. The checkering was conservative. She wore a side mounted scope mount. Had been a .300 at one point.
I felt too forward in my behavior to ask for a photoAttachment 53036 of the whole rifle, but I should have. I did grab a picture of the tag on her well-known seal skin case.