Here are a few pictures.
I know the SSA (Standerd Small Arms) stamp indicates that parts were made Canada and shipped to Enfield for assembly, not sure about the G. The EFD SE with a arrow on top, enfield inspection mark I believe, is also stamped on.
I am not sure about the serial numbers, there are a few on this rifle, the barrel serial numbers were crossed out and a new serial number given, I belive this happened here in the Union if South Africa, not sure why. The bolt is L 577-, with A5 H on the bottom of the handle, on the would (butt) is I 5622 (could be wrong about the 5), crossed out receiver I 8830 (not sure about first two numbers), Front sight I 5787 with K and unit disk stamp SAP (South African Police) 3079. I am not sure about the meaning of the JM stamp under the safety and a III in the safety lever.
The bolt head is stamped on top with M (Maltby), on the side with S and two lines/flags and in front with a F. The bolt cocking pice is stamped with H 8 and is the round one, thought they were replaced in 1916 with the flat type? There is no magazine cutt-off and the rest looks like mk III*.
Cant wait to get to a range, but they open in the new year. Already started with cleaning and love it.