Dependent on condition of the wood, bluing on the barrels, and case color on the receiver, as well as the condition of the bores. What length of barrels, what type of condition, etc is it in. It is a late production A H Fox Sterlingworth probably made after Savage purchased the company in 1929. The value could range anywhere from $300 - $1200 dependent on original condition, fit and finish.
The value varies widely with condition and gauge. I think that prior to 1912 only 12 gauge sterlingworths were made. The 20s (and 16s)began production in 1912 or 1913. Usually the earlier ones are worth a little more than later (after about 1930) ones. A 12 gauge from the early years in near-mint condition would be worth around $2000, an average 12 would be in the $1000 range and one in poor shape (broken stock, pitted barrels, dents in barrels, etc) ordinarily would be worth more like $400 to $500. Twenty gauge prices corresponding to these would be about $3000, $2000 and $1000.
How many 3s in 313433535333?
Is it true that one human year is equal to seven dog years?
What is half of 74?
The more you take the more you leave behind what am I?
What are the advantages of stress interview?
What is the setting in the story creole democracy?
Which of the following best describes what is required to be reported to congress?
What makes dr sadao comment 'this man must have extraordinary vitality?
What is a classified data spill or negligent discharge of classified information?