That gun was made between 1905 and 1915. The best way to determine a current value for it would be to take it to a gunshop--not a retail store selling guns, but shop that sells nothing but new and used guns and gun accessories--and ask them to set a value on it for insurance purposes. Expect to be disappointed--it won't be much. TexasCharley
It had to be manufactured between the 1912 patent date and 1915 when the company ceased operations.
Value of any firearm is determined by make, model, condition, and originality. These were not high dollar guns, but there is a modest collector interest. Depending on condition, may be as low as $25, or as high as $200 for an excellent specimen. These are old enough that there is no set "blue book" value. PS- I said that after checking my copy of the Blue Book.
I have a octagonal barrel .32 caliber Remington Patent date May 3, 1864 - What would it be worth?
AROUND 1900. I have an early "Hunter" model (7 shot) with patent dates in the late 1800s.
If barrel is round, it is a post-WWII Model 29. If the barrel is octagonal, and the grip is checkered, it is probably a pre-WWII Model 29. If the barrel is octagonal and the stock is plain, it is likely a Model 25. That's as close as I can get sight unseen.
50-200 US Dollars
I believe 'pt' stands for patent, as in Colt patent firearms
You need to identify the make and model of the shotgun. Dozens of different makes of guns show a browning patent on the barrel. Recheck and re-ask the question - Thank you
10-1000 depending on specifics
Brand new, they sell for under $25. Used they sell for around $10 - $15. This is one of the most inexpensive air guns made.
My father used a Wards Western Field 410 gauge repeater as a young man. The gun I believe is approximately 70-80 years old. If you have a patent number you can contact the pantent office and they should be able to tell you when the shotgun was first produced.
The H Pieper double-barrel patent of April 23, 1881, No 4673, is a patent registered in Belgium to Henri Pieper, allowing two shots to be fired in rapid succession. He created the double-barrel that is widely used today for shotguns. Henri Pieper registered 69 patents in Belgium from 1861 to 1896, in the field of the machines, shotguns, revolvers, cartridges and reducers, guns of rifles, Damas, various chargers of cartridges and ammunition belts.
Is was made in 1919, that is the patent date. I suspect I have the patent posted in the patent section of the Gallery on the Remington Society of America if you want to see it...
Its probably a model 1894 & should be marked as such on the upper tang. Prior to the model 1894 Marlin made a Model 1889 in the same calibres that was not marked. But, a 1889 should only have 2 patent dates, 1887 & 1889 I believe. It is possible you have a model 1889 with a model 1894 barrel on it.
I can't tell from a patent #, is it a pump or auto? Is the RJ on the left side of the barrel near the receiver if so that's a date code from November 1940.
1920's or so.
your Winchester model 52 was made in 1926.
Age of smith Wesson serial no 5K4166
what's the serial number ???? Serial number 6
Since Meriden stopped production in 1918 the firing pin will have to be made. The model 15 was made from a savage patent so you might be able to adapt a firing pin from an early model savage rifle. I saw a picture of the model 15 on the web and it looks a lot like the savage model 29 that was made in 1929-1933.