i got a 12 gauge king nitro double barrel double triggers and double hammers no serial number on it
What is the Value of my Crescent Fireams, 12 Gauge, Double Barrel, Curly Hammers......no serial number that I can find
16 ga lapagage a liege double barrel with hammers ser. number 739
Impossible to answer without the serial number, model number, and detailed description of the condition.
12 gauge double barrel dual hammers on top serial #370943,how old is it,will it be safe to shoot
i have one with a serial of 39667 how much would it be worth
Requires hand on inspection.
If it also says Norwich Conn, it was manufactured by Crescent Fire Arms, c. 1890-1930 (with open hammers, probably before 1910). If not, then by Simonis, Janssen & Dumoulin in Belgium c. 1884-1905. A Belgian gun will also carry the proofmark of ELG* in an oval and if there is a crown over this mark, it was made after 1893.
This gun was probably made c. 1880-1900, possibly as late as 1914.
it is worthless
So, what is the model number? email@example.com
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?
I found mine under the barrell. You will need to remove the wood under the barrell in front of the triggers.
Impossible to answer without the serial number, model number, and detailed description of the condition. the serial number is 22968 the gun scroll work all over the gun. with fox and birds.
go to doublegunshop.com and ask on their open forum. pbl
In general not much. I just watched a Russle sell for $160 at auction.
Eclipse Gun Co., Belgium Made a twist double barrel Patent 4883c6 - Dec R 20, 1892. Eclipse Giant - double exterior hammers
The numbers probably aren't important, but the manufacturer, trade name, and/or model ID are before we can give you any information. Is it a muzzle-loading or breech-loading gun? And are the hammers behind the barrels or mounted on the sides?
I would look at the number of barrels. If there is more than one barrel, you know you have at least a double barrel shotgun. If there are 1 or less barrels, then you don't.
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. firstname.lastname@example.org
It sounds to me that you have a Ithaca Flues model double barrel shotgun.With the serial number that you provided,your shotgun was made by Ithaca in 1917.
If it's not immediatley apparent, you won't.
With the serial number that you provided,your Ithaca double barrel shotgun with the damascus barrels was produced in the year 1900.
Your serial number indicates that you have a Ithaca crass model double,that was made in 1903.
First, you will need to know the manufacturer's name, the model or model number, the serial number and condition of the 10 gauge double barrel shotgun before a "worth", can be considered.