Carl Enders, Suhl. Made high quality double barrel 12 gauge shotguns from 1835 to 1890. They had ornate checkering and engraved metal work. Depending on the condition and workmanship the value is between $500-$1150.
Lender's royal service # 117709
Enders Special Service & Enders Royal Service along with Enders Oakleaf were made by Crescent Fire Arms Co. for Shapleigh Hardware Co. of St Louis, MO in the early 1900's. It is not a rare gun nor expensive. Perhaps $200 if in good condition.
No known published sn data
try www.e-gunparts.com or www.gunbroker.com you may have some luck there.
Have it examined by a competent gunsmith
Possibly Enders Royal Service? Blue, Hound, Whistler are a few others
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I found a set for my Enders Special Service a.k.a. crescent on eBay of all places. It took some time and alot of questions, pictures and measurements but was worth the wait. There are many barrel sets that will fit with a little tinkering.
Being a .410 helps, the condition hurts. Possibly $200. firstname.lastname@example.org
Enders Royal Service shotguns were made by Cresent Fire Arms Co. for Shapleigh Hwr. Co. of St. Louis. Cresent Fire Arms was in business , I believe, fron the 1890's until the mid 1930's. All the records for this Co. have long since been either lost or destroyed. No idea what the K R Winchell stands for.
Browning.com has sn data under customer service. It will be marked on the barrel
Browning.com has sn data under customer service.
You will have to provide specifics to even have a slim chance of getting an answer. Who made the barrel? What weapon is it on? Where is the number on the barrel?
Not readily. You'll find that parts will need to repaired or made by a gunsmith.
I would go to the browning.com web site.They have a service for serial numbers under the customer service help site.
A barrel is 42 gallons
There should be a stamped model number on the left side of your barrel. The serial number will be on the reciever; however, the model number is on the barrel.
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Stamped on barrel, Barrel and reciever one piece.
The barrel and receiver should have the same serial number.
Browning.com has sn function listed under customer service.
My understanding is that Enders Royal Service shotguns were made by Cresent Fire Arms in Norwich Conn. Cresent was part of the H & D Folsom Arms Co. and Folsom Arms did import shotguns fron Belgian, so maybe I'm wrong. Assuming this gun was proofed for smokless powder the Belgian proof would be a standing lion with PV underneath. It should also note the guage (in this case 12) and the length of the chambers in millimeters, such as 12-70. U.S. made guns do not require a proof mark.
that number at hte end of the barrel is the subtraction of the length from the weight for example my bat the demarini phoenix is 31 inches and weighs 21 ounces and therefore the number a the end of my barrel is -10.
The serial number should be on the front barrel band, in some cases it is on the barrel.
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