Well, there are 2 that jump to mind- The first is the Westley Richards- excellent, high $$$$ British gun. Then there is the W. Richards. Back about 1900, Sears and a few other folks sold guns that "sounded like" well known brands. So you had "Barker" instead of "Parker". They were for the most part cheap, Belgian made, etc. And NO relation to the original. Sorta like noticing the watch you are so proud of is marked "R O L U X".
And this thread is like sex-