there are a bunch of variables to this question, the history of the company is a little confusing, if it has mfg. stamped after the name than it is a pre 1889 gun which is worth a little more and also not considered a "gun" or firearm by law anymore, i have one also and from what i have looked up and taken the the shotgun to a gun library to have it looked at pricing around 350 bucks in good condition.
50-100 or so
Can anyone advise me. I currently restoring a black powder 12 bore shotgun one of the the hammers is missing. The gun is circa 1860 Naylor & son Sheffield. Any advice would be welcome. many thanks. Dan.
50-100 USD or so
Typically, up to $250. Rare and heavily engraved special versions would bring more.
The T C Montgomery double barrel shotgun with double barrel hammers is valued at $75 in fait condition. In good condition its valued at $160.
it is worthless
Great grandpa's Powell shotgun. dbl.barrel, side by side, exposed hammers, 12 ga. thinking it may be late 1800's. Have pictures. Not selling, just want to know all I can.
Armas ARAL, which is still in business.
I have the same shotgun, but I do not know much about it. Most of the engraving is worn and I can't read anything more than to know it is from Sears. Do you have any information on this gun? Thanks
Please list all the markings on the shotgun. Harrington & Richardson were producing hammerLESS double shotguns as far back as 1882. firstname.lastname@example.org