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Diamond Arms

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Diamond Arms manufactured single-shot, single, and double barrel shotguns for another company. Most were mainly contracted for production to Shapleigh Hardware Company from 1920s to 1950s. Prior to 1920s, they were imported from Belgium.
Value would range from $50.00 to $125.00 depending on condition.Can't tell everything from the picture.
Diamond Arms was one of the many house brand names used by Crescent Arms, which went out of business in 1932. Manufacture records have been lost, and dating is impossible. I have a Diamond Arms Company 12 gauge single shot. The serial number is QT 585. My dad purchased it in 1923. I thought that he...
Depends on the condition. IF it is complete with the peep sight, and the fold down forearm, there is a modest collectors interest- and in Very Good condition, may run $200 or so. Missing peep sight, etc, maybe $100 or so.
Diamond Arms Company and Nitro King are both trade names used by the Shapleigh Hardware Company of St. Louis, Missouri. Some of the guns were imported from various Belgian sources, but they were also made by W.H. Davenport Firearms Co (1890's - ), Iver Johnson Arms & Cycle Works (early 1900's - ), J...
Diamond Arms was a trade name used Shapleigh Hardware for guns that were actually made by Iver Johnson of Fitchburg, MA, c. 1920-1950. These were utility guns. Prior to WWI Diamond Arms shotguns were Belgian imports. They would bring about the same prices, but strictly as mantle decorations. These...
Answer . \nThe 23rd edition of the Blue Book of Gun Values refers to Adco Sales Incorporated, located in Walburn, Mass. But AdCo had nothing to do with these shotguns. They import semi-automatic shotguns made in Turkey.\n. \nDiamond Arms Co. was a trade name used by Shapleigh Hardware of St Louis,...
Diamond Arms Co was a trade name used by Shapleigh Hardware Company of St. Louis, Missouri in the late 19th and early 20th century. It may have actually been manufactured by Iver Johnson, J. Stevens, or one of several Belgian firms. Parts will be hard to find. If you can identify it as a particular...
Answer . \nDiamond shotguns are made in Turkey and imported by Adco Sales, Inc, Woburn, MA. I have no info on the VT series, but their other shotguns range in price from $200 to $450, new. Try contacting Adco directly.
Answer . \nCentral Arms Company was a trade name used by the W.H. Davenport Firearms Company on shotguns made for the Shapleigh Hardware Company of St. Louis. MO.
Answer . \nI just purchased a md.58 bolt action 16 guage chambered for 2 & 3/4.\nI gave $100.for it and it is in great shape.\nThe 107 goes for Exc.$75. VGood $50. Good $40. listed in Modern gun Values.\nHope this helps.
Answer . \nDiamond Arms was one of the many house brand names used by Crescent Arms, which went out of business in 1932. Manufacture records have been lost, and dating is impossible. The 1905 date is the patent date, not the year of manufacture. These guns have never inspired collector interest,...
Answer . \nDiamond shotguns are Turkish made and imported by Adco Sales, Inc, of Woburn, MA.
Diamond Arms shotguns were made by several manufacturers, but if the rest of the patent date is '13', this one was by J. Stevens Arms and retailed by Shapleigh Hardware.
Answer . Diamond Arms was one of the many house brand names used by Crescent Arms, which went out of business in 1932. Manufacture records have been lost, and dating is impossible. These guns have never inspired collector interest, and have value only as shooters. In excellent condition, it may be...
Answer . If a single shot, about $50 retail. A double barrel may go for as much as $400 if it is in almost new condition, but probably half that if it is still functional but worn.
Answer . Diamond Arms was one of the many house brand names used by Crescent Arms, which went out of business in 1932. Manufacture records have been lost, and dating is impossible.
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It will be around 65 dollars for this pin. This is an easy fix toget your shotgun working well again.
Answer . Diamond Arms single gauge serial number 49885 what gauge is it and when was it made plus value if in fair condition?". Answer . Diamond Arms single gauge serial number 49885 what gauge is it and when was it made plus value if in fair condition?". Answer . "Diamond Arms single gauge...
i saw one in 90% condition sell for $150.
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Although I am not an expert on Stroger Arms Corp I do not believe they actually manufactured any firearms themselves. They were an importer of firearms the majority of which originally came from Europe, more recently Brazil and Turkey.. To attempt to put a value on this shotgun one must know a lot...
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I bought on for 20.00 from a private owner. It needed a minor repair so I value mine at around 75.00.
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Answer . Triplet Steel was a mark used by Syracuse Arms and Western Arms Corp was a trade name used by Ithaca about 1928-1945. I can't remember all the history right now, but somewhere Syracuse became a part of Ithaca, so I'd say your shotgun was probably made around 1928-30. It's purpose was...
Hi, I know a 1921 Thompson could cost near u$s17,000.- to 35,000.- due recent auctions and sales. . Only 15,000 were built, most for export and only a few still survive. Famous Tommys are out of range, near 1,000,000 (Dillinger´s) and others.
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Sold by Shapleigh Hardware of St. Louis in the early 1900's.Manufactured by a variety of makers including Iver Johnson,Crescent, and Stevens. Value is $50-$75 in average condition.
single barrel was probably an Iver Johnson. There were double barrel models made probably by Iver Johnson and possibly Stevens. They were made under contract after WWI for Sharpliegh Hardware in St Louis. This was common practice as Iver Johnson would put your Company name or logo or P/N on anything...
Your marlin model 39A was made in 1964.
qhats th evalue of a 12 gauge single shot 1913
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This gun is covered with scroll work in what appears to be silver. Gun performed very good. Did have a problem with side lock pin breaking.
Sorry- no published data. That name has been used by several makers for more than 50 yrs.
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nNot worth much but i had one when i was a kid, my first shotgun actualy-Want to sell yours? Jfirearrow@aol.com\n. \n Age \nIt would be hard to pin this down. The trade name was used by Shapleigh Hardware of St Louis which was founded just after the Civil War and may...
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I would start my search at Numrich gun parts corp.They may be found on the web.I would also check at E-bay,or gunbroker.com under gun parts.
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Answer . Diamond Arms was a trade name used on guns distributed by Shapleigh Hardware of St Louis Missouri. Vorisek's "Shotgun Markings" identifies 7 different makers, but a few can be eliminated as they furnished Shapleigh with only double barreled guns. If the gun is marked only "Diamond Arms...
Answer . \nBoth 'King Nitro' and 'Central Arms Co' are trademarks of the Shapleigh Hardware Co, which was a major catalog retailer from the late 1800's well into the 20th century. The shotguns marketed under that name were made for Shapleigh by different companies, notably Davenport Firearms,...
While it may be possible to age your rifle/shotgun.I would need the maker of the firearm in question,the model number/or name of the firearm.I would also need the type of firearm(rifle,shotgun,handgun) the type of firearms action(single shot,pump action,semi auto). Also include the barrel length...
Answer . If this is one of the Diamond shotguns imported in the last few years, it had better be clearly visible on the receiver, but most likely it is a tradename single or double barrel sold by Shapleigh Hardware c. 1890-1945. These were made by a variety of US and Belgian manufacturers. Very...
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Answer . A new utility single shot costs $89.95. A used one will be 1/2 to 2/3 as much, depending on condition.
Remove the butt plate. There will be a hole. There should be a slotted screw at the bottom of the hole. Use a long screwdriver and be careful to not damage the stock.
Answer don't know...but i have same thing #C177800. bought new in either 1966 or 1968. The model 370 single shot break action shotgun normally go for between 50 to 150 dollars
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Answer . If you are asking about one of the Diamond series automatics or pumps imported from Turkey in the last 4 or 5 years, I can't help except to say they seem to be moderately priced in new condition. I will assume you are holding a Diamond Arms single or double barrel shotgun c. 1890-1914. ...
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Diamond Arms Co. shotguns were made by the Crescent Firearms Manufacturing Company of Norwich Conn. They made good quality inexpensive single and double barrel shotguns from 1892 until they were bought out by the J Stevens Company in 1930. They were made in both Damascus twist barrels and Armory...
Diamond Arms was a trade name used Shapleigh Hardware for guns thatwere actually made by Iver Johnson of Fitchburg, MA, c. 1920-1950.Prior to that, they were made by small local makers in Belgium.These were utility grade guns. Prior to 1968, serial numbers werenot required on shotguns and rifles,...
Answer . This was a trade name sold by Belknap Hardware. Manufacturers included Crescent Fire Arms, Crescent-Davis Arms, Davis-Warner Arms, Iver Johnson, and J. Stevens A&T Co.
The serial number is not complete to determine the year, but these guns were made from 1958-1976 in Belgium. St. Louis was on barrels up to 1969.. On 1958-1968 Light Twenty's, 95-98% condition has been bringing prices of $700-$1200 at auction
Not Much.. The Powhatan shotgun, as I understand it, was a "House Brand" shotgun probably made by"Cresent Fire Arms," 1893-1930. To date there are over 100 "House Brand" guns made by "Cresent" that are known about, so the value is not collectible. I have a "Powhatan Arms Co." New Volunteer 12 Ga....
I'm not sure the collector value but I saw a used one in goodcondition in my local gun shop that was $89.99, a 16 gauge.
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Answer . Single shot: $25 to $75, Double barrel: $100-$200, depending on condition.
Answer . Utility gun, probably made in Belgium between 1890 and 1914, or by Crescent, Davenport, or Stevens between 1915 and 1940, and sold through Shapleigh Hardware.
Answer . There used to be three grades, I, II, and III and they were distinguished by the level of engraving on the receiver with I being plain and III being the most ornate. Now I notice they have a Grade VI and who knows what in between. Try Browning's website at: (http://www.browning.com...
Go to Proofhouse.com and search the Browning serial number tables.
Excellent $150.00 Very good - $100.00 Good - $75.00
Century Arms was a brand name sold through Shapleigh Hardware of St Louis. It appears that the actual manufacturer was W.H.Davenport, 1891-1910.
Answer . There is no way to tell the gauge from the serial number, and that may not even be a true serial number. Diamond Arms were made by several manufacturers for distribution by the Shapleigh Hardware Company of St Louis between the 1880s and 1940s. Anyone familiar with shotguns should be...
Answer . \nThe Diamond Arms Co shotguns were retailed by a major mail-order hardware store in the late 1800's through about 1920. Utility-grade Belgian doubles were imported by the thousands, and this is one of those. There is no collector interest, and the guns are dangerous to shoot with any...
2000 if in mint condition. If less than mint condition, figure about $200 if it is complete and functional, $25-50 if broken or rusty. These were made in Belgium for H&D Folsum Sporting Goods by Joseph Cap or F. Dumoulin & Co around 1900.
Given the limited information provided, it could be worth anywhere from a few hundred to multiple thousands. It will depend on EXACTLY what you have and its condition, accessories, box, papers, etc..
Answer . \nWhat other markings are on the shotgun?\n. \nsales@countrygunsmith.net
Answer . $25 to $75. Could break $100 if it is in absolutely like-new condition.
Answer . \nCondition means everything. We've seen recent sales of this model in VG-Excellent condition from $300-$375.\n. \nsales@countrygunsmith.net
Hard to tell the age on these - there isn't a serial number chart I'm aware of and there's just no collector interest in these guns. Figure 1970's, probably. Value is whatever someone will pay for a shooter-grade single-shot 20ga. Probably in the neighborhood of $50-$80. sales@countrygunsmith.net
Answer . Diamond Arms was a tradename used by the Shapleigh Hardware Company of St Louis on shotguns they retailed via mail-order catalog. PROBABLY made by Crescent, although possibly by Stevens or Hopkins & Allen. Would have to see the gun to be sure. Exact age will be impossible to determine...
Answer . Diamond Arms was a trade name used by Shapleigh Hardware Co of St Louis from the late 1800s to about 1950. The guns were made by G. B. Crandall, Harrington & Richardson, Hopkins & Allen Arms, J. Stevens Arms Co, and probably a few others. A 410 single shot is most likely a Stevens...
Answer . Follow the link to the related question. The model 94 is definitely a J. Stevens product.