Henry Arms Co. was a name used on shotguns distributed by H&D Folsom c. 1900. It may have been manufactured by Crescent Firearms, Meriden, CT, or it may have been imported from a Belgian maker. No relation to the famous Henry Repeating Rifles which were the forerunners of the Winchester lever actions. Value is something less than $200 unless it is in like-new condition.
A single shot would bring less than $79. That's what a new utility single shot sells for. Even though yours may be old, there is no collector interest.
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its a shot gun with the serial no 24783 is stamped Henry arms co on both sides Henry Arms is not a listed Brand name used by Crescent Arms for their double shotguns. You may have a Belgian or Spanish import. Check the proof marks.
I have a Henry Arms double barrel shotgun and am trying to find information on it. I have heard that it might have been produced in the 1800's. Serial # 55578 Thank you for any information you can give me.
Both HENRY ARMS CO and ECLIPSE GUN CO were tradenames used by the HD Folsom Co on shotguns imported before World War 1. Both brands were made by Henri Pieper in Belgium.
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Janssen Fils & Co if it has Belgian proofmarks or Crescent Fire Arms Co if it does not.
do you know when wolverine arms co produced this gun? do you know when wolverine arms co produced this gun?
A "store brand" shotgun made by several different makers from 1891-1985. Some of them are W. H. Davenport Arms Co. 1891-1910, Henry Keidel & Co. Baltimore, Md. 1866-1978, Harrington & Richardson Arms Co 1872-1985Hopkins & Allen Arms Co. 1868-1898Without a better description no way to give you a real value. Broad range would be Hang it on a wall - 200
You take it to a gunsmith
It was manufactured by Crescent Fire Arms for the Fletcher Hardware Co.
No published sn data for this shotgun.
riverside arms co. split single shot gun
Plymouth was a trade brand shotgun made by Crescent Fire Arms Co and later by Davis-Warner Arms Co. It was distributed/retailed by H & D Folsome. Shotgun Markings also lists a hammer double barrel by an unknown Belgian maker and indicates the retailer was Spear & Co.
Union Fire Arms Co was in business from 1903 to 1910, then became Union Arms Co until 1913.
Central Arms shotguns were made by several manufacturers, but that patent date says J Stevens Arms and Tool Co.
Manufactured by Crescent Fire Arms, W.H. Davenport Arms Co, or J. Stevens Arms Co for Shapleigh Hardware Co, St Louis, Missouri, sometime between about 1890 and 1950.
If it was made by Russell Arms Co.Then it is not a Winchester shotgun.
You're not too likely to find an illustration of a Cherokee shotgun unless you can locate an old catalog for C. M. McClung Co, a firearms distributor in Knoxville, Tennessee. It was a trade name used on guns manufactured by Crescent Fire Arms, Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Co, and W. H. Davenport Arms Co.
Shotguns marked simply 'Delphian' were manufactured by Crescent Fire Arms Co or J. Stevens Arms Co. If the mark reads 'Delphian Manufacturing Co' it is a Crescent product. Others marked as 'Delphian Arms Co' were made by Crescent, Hunter Arms Co, or imported from Belgium, and retailed by Supplee-Biddle Hardware Co.
It is only worth what someone else is willing to pay you for it.
50-125 or so