Dark picture, it's late. "Number 4" as in it's the 4th unaltered I've taken.
They separated the 1894 bayonet, it was pristine, and sold that separately. That bayonet took a lot of money. I did get the rifle.
Limited information from the auction house so I asked them to check the magazine gate. The serial matched and that was enough to convince me I should probably take it so I did. I'll disassemble it later and check the side plate, etc. The obvious parts are right - flat spring cut-off, no fillet extractor, etc, etc.
Each one, upon disassembly, proves informative.
Condition wise this is the best of the four I now have.