Wautauga was a trade name used by the Whitaker, Holtsinger Hardware Company of Morristown, Tennessee on firearms they retailed.
Folsom, a sportings goods distributor and retailer in New York, was probably the wholesaler. They did not manufacture any firearms but Crescent Firearms of Norwich, CT was a wholly-owned subsidiary of Folsom.
Folsom also distributed arms made by a variety of Belgian firms. If you can find "ELG*" in an oval mark, probably under the barrel, it is Belgian, otherwise, most likely Crescent.
Crescent operated from 1893 to 1932.
Well, Jon, everything I told greyeagle applies to your gun, too. But, being a 410 makes yours worth about twice as much - about $100-$150 depending on condition.
The address of the Watauga Public Library is: 7109 Whitley Rd, Watauga, 76148 2024
The phone number of the Watauga Public Library is: 817-514-5855.
Watauga Association ended in 1775.
Watauga Democrat was created in 1888.
Watauga Association was created in 1772.
Legacy Sports sells several models of Verona shotguns.
Kessler Arms Corporation
Double barrel shotguns manufactured by Crescent Fire Arms and single shots by W.H. Davenport Firearms for Wallace hardware, Morristown, Indiana, c. 1900.
The Watauga river basin is located at western North Carolina and East Tennessee. Its headwaters are located on the slopes of Grandfather Mountain in Watauga County, North Carolina.
Armory Gun Co is the trade name used by H&D Folsom Arms Co on Shotguns. Later sold to Savage Arms around 1930.
Precision Sales International of Westfield, Ma is the importer ot Marocchi shotguns.
Beretta owns the company.
Winchester Repeating Arms Company does not still make shotguns. The company was founded in 1866 by Oliver Winchester and was defunct on March 31, 2006.
The company was sold in 1914.
Rifles, shotguns, handguns, machine guns. Mainly rifles and shotguns.
Charles Daly's current line of shotguns are manufactured by K.B.I. in Turkey: http://www.charlesdaly.com/faq.asp In the past, Charles Daly has sold shotguns manufactured by Miroku of Japan. But current production shotguns are Turkish.
This was a production request from sears,which sold the shotguns under the name of ted williams.
The Delphian Arms Company was a trade name used by the H.&D. Folsom Company of New York on shotguns they supplied and were sold by the Supplee-Biddle Hardware Company of Philadelphia, Pa. You should research the H&D Folsom company for further information. Folsom owned the Crescent Arms Company who made considerable numbers of low cost shotguns in the latter 19th and early 20th century.
Bridge gun company
Trade name used by Wallace Hardware Company of Morristown, TN. 50-150 USD
This was probably another house brand name shotgun,which was made by the Crescent Firearms Company.They made and sold shotguns with over 100 different trademark names during there time of business.This Company ceased making firearms in 1932 due to the depression.