This depends on the condition, but if it's broken, rusty, or just plain used, $50 or less. If it's in near mint condition, it could go up to $400. Most in "average" condition will go for $200-$250. If it were a larger gauge it would only bring about half as much, but 410's seem to be popular right now.
When was it made and how is it worth - American Gun Co., New York - Double barrel exposed, 12 guage exposed hammers and 31 3/4" barrels. Serial Number 362989?
Bail38@aol.com I am asking anyone if they can tell me the value of my H.S.B. company double barreled shotgun with a brown finish and has a rooster with exposed hammers and has a rooster accompanied with H.S. and B company chicargo?
it is worthless
If it is marked 'American Gun Company' on the sideplate, it would be worth $200 tops. Primarily considered as a mantle decoration and unsafe to shoot with modern ammunition. email@example.com
Value seldom exceeds 100 USD
The T C Montgomery double barrel shotgun with double barrel hammers is valued at $75 in fait condition. In good condition its valued at $160.
Great grandpa's Powell shotgun. dbl.barrel, side by side, exposed hammers, 12 ga. thinking it may be late 1800's. Have pictures. Not selling, just want to know all I can.
Armas ARAL, which is still in business.
Your shotgun was actually made by the crescent firearms company,and distributed by H&D Folsum Co.These shotguns are currently priced at between 140-240 dollars,whether they have a hammer or hammerless configuration,and whether they have a damascus,or steel barrels.These shotguns were made roughly between the years 1895-1925.
Most like a utility grade store brand shotgun made at the turn of the century or there about. Try internet searches, the library, gun shows, gun shops.