Your Parker Bros. shotgun was made in 1925.
al number indicates that your Parker shotgun was made between 1866-1868.This covers the serial number range of 0-6,800.
The Parker 12 gauge with serial number 98662 was made in 1900. lcj
A common Parker Bros. hammerless double, D grade, good to very good condition, 12 ga. with ejectors, with a modicom of case colors remaining, is worth in excess of 500 dollars US.
I would start my search at Numrich Gun Parts Corp.
what is it worth
10-10000 USD or more depending on specifics
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To determine the exact value of a Parker Brothers 12 gauge double barrel shotgun manufactured in 1878, there are a few factors that would need to be taken into consideration. Most important of these factors being, the condition of the shotgun.
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It would top out at $250 as a mantle decoration. Unless you mean a Parker Brothers shotgun. Then it could be several thousand dollars.
You can find parts for many westernfield shotguns at Numrich gun parts. WWW.e-gunparts.com
A pound of lead was divided into equal parts and then formed into perfect balls and the diameter of the ball would be the gauge. I.E. One pound of lead divided into twelve (12) equal parts and one was rolled into a perfect ball; the size of the ball is twelve (12) gauge.
try this-------http://www.e-gunparts.com/--I know they have parts--Vail
Eddie Parker was born on 1900-12-12.
12 gauge shotgun
12 Gauge is thicker then the 20 gauge.
did you try mossberg shotguns for parts,the 500 is almost the same as your gun ?
I would check with numrich gun parts first.
You might try mail ordering parts from numrich gun parts in New York.