A Damascus twist steel double barrel shotgun is an antique shotgun made by layering iron and steel and welding them together. This kind of shotgun is worth approximately $3,000 depending on the condition of the weapon.
@ 100 USD depending on condition.
Go to www.bryndumlund.dk and find info on Christoph Funk Gewehrfabrik, Suhl, Germany
Long barreled shotgun
It depends on the year, manufacturer, and condition, but if it's a genuine antique and in good condition, you should be able to get at least $1,500 for it.
The value of a London Fine Damascus 14 gauge double barrel shotgun marked JT Sang Ford depend on its condition. This gun in excellent condition is valued between 225.00 and 320.00 as of 2014.
No, according to RCW 9.41.190: "It is unlawful for any person to manufacture, own, buy, sell, loan, furnish, transport, or have in possession or under control, any machine gun, short-barreled shotgun, or short-barreled rifle; or any part designed and intended solely and exclusively for use in a machine gun, short-barreled shotgun, or short-barreled rifle, or in converting a weapon into a machine gun, short-barreled shotgun, or short-barreled rifle; or to assemble or repair any machine gun, short-barreled shotgun, or short-barreled rifle." You can thank the assault weapons ban for this. There are exceptions though: http://apps.leg.wa.gov/RCW/default.aspx?cite=9.41.190
Impossible to answer without a detailed description of ALL markings.
The value of an old double barrel shotgun Damascus Bonehill Special BB London would actually be dependent upon a number of factors. Some of these factors would include the age exactly and the condition of the shotgun.
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sawed-off double barreled 12 gauge Remington shotgun.
Short barreled shotgun is actually a legal term- it means a shotgun that has barrels less than 18 inches, or an overall length of less than 26". To my knowledge, H&A did NOT make a short barreled shotgun. Information is thin- they went out of business about 1914-1916, but all listings I have seen are for 28 inch barrels.
depends on make, model and condition
With the serial number that you provided,your Ithaca double barrel shotgun with the damascus barrels was produced in the year 1900.
50-100 or so
Parker 12 ga muzzleloader
A short barreled shotgun is not necessarily "more lethal" than a long barreled shotgun. However, it is more readily concealable, and has lost most of its usefulness as a sporting (hunting) weapon.
It is a 10 gauge if it has a damascus barrel and it in mint condition can be worth up to 2000 bucks
Belgium is the country of origin, not a brand. Innumerable old damascus barreled shotguns were made in Belgium and imported into the US before and after the turn of the century. These were generally low cost shotguns, of no current collector value (better guns identify the manufacturer). If the Damascus pattern is pretty, and the receiver still has case colors, it may have some value as a wall hanger. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO FIRE IT! Damascus steel cannot withstand the pressures of modern smokeless powder. Even black powder should not be used unless the gun is fully examined by a very competent gunsmith.
it is all swirly
Stevens Arms made the Ranger shotgun for Sears & Roebuck. Production ended about 1930.
'Granny' used a double-barreled , 12-gauge shotgun .