Yes in 1860 Stevens made a double barrel, all steel barrel and its has external hammers.
What is the Value of my Crescent Fireams, 12 Gauge, Double Barrel, Curly Hammers......no serial number that I can find
I HAVE A LIST OF GUNMAKERS ,CRESCENT DID NOT MAKE A RICHMOND.THEY DID MAKE A RICHLAND , FOR A HARDWARE STORE BYTHAT NAME. IF MY LIST IS CORRECT,
the knickerbocker was made by crescent arms Look under Crescent Tryon firearms
"The Berkshire" by Meridan Firearms "Berkshire No. 3000" by Crescent Firearms Contrary to popular belief, not the same company.
as long as there are no cracks in the barrel, yes. it simply means not to shoot slugs thru the barrel.
It is worth what ever the market will bear.
$100-$200, depending on model and condition
$100 to $250, depending on condition.
If you have an American Gun Company, New York then the gun is not stainless steel. It was made by Crescent Firearms Co. of Norwich, Conn and distributed by the H&D Folsom Co. They were produced with damascus barrels as well as fluid steel (solid) barrels of various lengths and chokes, with and without external hammers.
$100 to $250, depending on the exact model and its condition.
Circa 1890-1930. Would have to have more information to get closer. firstname.lastname@example.org
THey were made by crescent firearm company.
80 years plus or minus...
The value depends on the condition of the gun. The price can be anywhere from 50 dollars to 150 dollars.
Would have been made c.1900-1920 by the Crescent Firearms Co.
$100-$250, depending on condition.
If it's a hammerless boxlock, it could still be a shooter worth $100 - $250. If it has large side hammers, it's a wall decoration but still worth almost as much. I have one... it belonged to my dad...he purchased it used around1918- 1920 SN 410344 stamper on the stock/receiver, barrel and the hand grip, (same numbers on all three pieces) ... Does this mean anytrhing to anyone??? Mdales Only to you. There is no serialization listing for Crescent firearms that would allow you to date its manufacturer.