Leige, Belgium, has been the location of many firearms manufacturers for at least 2 centuries, so I suspect that is where it was made. My database doesn't have any thing even close to "Masquelier". If you can find any proofmarks, they may give a hint to the approximate date. Value will depend on the quality of the gun and its condition, but unless it is elaborately decorated and almost as new, it will not be great. If it has side hammers and damascus or twist steel barrels, it is most likely to sell as a mantle decoration for $125-$150. If an experienced gunsmith approves it for use, it may attract the attention of a Cowboy Action Shooter willing to pay about twice that. If it is a bit newer, with back hammers and fluid steel barrels, it should still be a shooter (again, only if approved by a gunsmith), worth $250 or more.
Jacques Masquelier was born in 1922.
Jacques Masquelier died in 2009.
Prosper Masquelier was born on March 10, 1981, in Montpellier, Hrault, France.
Adeline Marie Masquelier has written: 'Dirt, Undress, And Difference'
i have a model 940 E 410 shotgun how old is it and what is it worth
The value of a Savage Series E shotgun series E depends on its condition. This gun in excellent condition is worth between 140.00 and 175.00 as of 2014.
E.Masquelier is a Belgian firm that was selling guns at least through the 1960's. I am not sure if the name is still being used today. Like most Belgian shotguns, actual manufacture was a collaborative effort and then the guns were marketed under an established name. Masquelier guns need to be evaluated individually, since there is a great deal of variability in amount of engraving, ornamentation, and so forth. Smaller gauges bring considerably more than larger. Recent auction sales have seen small bore Masquelier shotguns with only moderate decoration sell for nearly $1000. Have the gun evaluated by a knowledgable and reputable gunsmith - not Bubba Joe at the local bait and tackle. You may just have a nice surprise in store. www.countrygunsmith.net
My first shotgun was a springfield Model 67 around 1973-74. I dont know about the "E" but mine was a 20 gu shotgun
Try e-gunparts.com, gun shows, gun shops, Shotgun News.
Try want ads, e-gunparts.com, gun shops, gun shows, Shotgun News
Try e-gunparts.com, Shotgun News, Gun List, do a web search on "shotgun stocks".
Have you tried e-gunparts.com?
700-1500$ average condition
Try e-gunparts.com, Shotgun News, Gun List, local gunsmith might be able to make/modify parts.