Meriden used the Howard name of guns it made for Sears about 1905. They were fairly cheap guns then- and now. Value $25-80, depending on condition.
The Model 215, a hammer gun, and the model 315, a hammerless
Look under Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Company. Their hammerless revolver was sold under several trade names, including US Revolver Co. You can probably find one for sale on one of the online auction sites.
5-80 uSD or so
No published sn data.
You will have to call Rossi to find out.
About $200, depending on model, finish, and condition.
No published sn data
About $200, depending on condition and exact model.
About $150-$200, depending on exact model and condition.
Howard Arms was a name used by the Meriden Arms company from around 1905 to 1915. There are no records available to give you a better date. Their value is around $100.
If that date is Apr 20, 1915, the gun is a J. Stevens Arms Co Model 311 hammerless.
The Crescent Arms "Empire Hammerless" double barrel (20 guage) is not a collectable gun, but is a "shooter". Thus, in shootable condition, it is worth about $200. That's what I paid for mine, strictly for bird hunting.
50-350 USD or OS
$100-$200, depending on condition, exact model.
No way to tell.
150-500 depending on condition
According to gun data .com they did. I am currently looking for parts for one of these tip-up .32 cal. revolvers.
Not enough information provided. Need description of the revolver, including any and all markings on barrel and receiver, type of action and model if available.
Numrich Arms Gun Parts Corp. West Hurley NY. is a good place to start
$75-$150, depending on the exact model and condition.
Blue Book of Gun Values
Browning Arms Co, never manufactured a Revolver.
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