Have it examined by a competent gunsmith
Some Enders Royal Service shotguns are Crescent Model 60's marked with Shapleigh Hardware's trade name, but some were made by other manufacturers.
Lender's royal service # 117709
Enders Royal Service shotguns were distributed by HD Folsom to the hardware trade from c.1890-1920. They were imported from Belgium (will have proofmarks) and made domestically by at least two different manufacturers.
No known published sn data
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Possibly Enders Royal Service? Blue, Hound, Whistler are a few others
Before 1930. firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Depending on the condition of the firearm. It could fetch as much as one hundred seventy five dollars in great shape, or as little as fifty dollars in poor condition.
probably but to be safe have it checked out by a gunsmith..............
Being a .410 helps, the condition hurts. Possibly $200. email@example.com
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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.
Tom Enders was born in 1958.
Dieter Enders was born in 1946.
Robert Enders died in 1988.
Robert Enders was born in 1899.
Klaus Enders was born in 1937.
Georgiana Enders is 5' 4".
Frank Enders died in 1921.
Frank Enders was born in 1860.
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Georgiana Enders goes by Georgie.
Trade name. Made by Crescent. 50-100 USD value.