Your Serial number indicates that your Fox Sterlingworth shotgun was made in the year 1919.It was one of the first 268 shotguns made that year out of a total production of 800 for the year 1919.I hope that you find this informative.
Your A.H.Fox sterlingworth 12ga.shotgun was made in the year 1927,with the serial number that you provided.
Looks like 1922. http://www.doublegunshop.com/dgsnos1.htm thanks for the help
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Your serial number indicates that you have a Fox sterlingworth 16ga.shotgun.These shotguns were made from 1910-1942.The value of these shotguns on a percentage basis will be from 300-1,000 dollars depending on the finish remaining being between 10%-80%of the original finish remaining,and a good set of bores.Because you have a 16Gauge shotgun you may add 50% to the above stated values.You may also add 25% if your shotgun has a single trigger.
Blue Book of Gun Values will help.
Yes. Website: Double Barreled Shotguns, High Grade Shotguns Dates of Production
Please include the model number and serial number to your browning to get the correct answer to your question.
your A H fox Sterlingworth shogun should be marked as far as the gauge is concerned.I would look on the barrels or on the receiver after you take the barrels off.As far as the age of your shotgun is concerned,that can be determined if you supply the serial number of your shotgun.
That is a phone number, not a serial number. Ithaca did not make 3 billion shotguns.
The Fox sterlingworth was made from 1910-1942 by the company Fox A.H.You mentioned that your shotgun is marked by the savage arms corp.Utica NY.This facility made the Fox Sterlingworth from 1930-1946.There should be a letter prefix that would better help identify the year of manufacture,but you did not list it here in this post.i hope this helps?
without more specifics on the gun (condition, gauge, barrel length, etc.) all i can really say is that serial number is for a gun manufactured in 1927
Exactly how is the shotgun marked (all markings), and double-check the serial number. email@example.com
All the serial lists I have on the 12ga Sterlingworth have the numbers starting at 53800 in 1910. Can you verify that number? firstname.lastname@example.org
You will have to find old catalogs and compare pictures/features.
The phone number of the Thanks-Giving Square is: 214-969-1977.
The best that I can do is say that all Winchester model ranger shotguns(of which yours is one) were made from 1983 onward.Most of these shotguns serial numbers were not kept in the records of Winchester as to the serial number and year of manufacture.
I appreciate any information you can provide as this was my great grandfather"'s shotgun?
What is the Model, Serial Number and date of the Crescent Firearms shotgun which you want a value on?
By the serial number.
Serial numbers were not required on rifles and shotguns until 1968.
Not certain I understand what you are asking. If your gun HAS a serial number, it should be stamped into the metal of the receiver (frame). In the US, serial numbers were not required by law on rifles and shotguns until 1968. Many older rifles and shotguns- especially .22 rifles, have never had a serial number, and they are perfectly legal,
I have #18344 and would like the same info.If a model number could be supplied,then I could hopefully cross reference the maker of these shotguns and give you a date,or time period in which your shotguns were produced.