If it is a 12 ga side by with a logo of a dog leaping through a circle and "WHIPPET" along with "H.S.B. & CO." it's a J. Stevens made for Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Company of Chicago, Illinois. Likely comps to STEVENS 311, if it has no serial number it is pre 1968. It's a shooter with no collector value appx $150-$250 depending on condition, slightly less than the Stevens due to off brand production. I have the same gun in 30" 2 bead, full/mod and use it as a "Buddy" gun for trap range.
$50-$100 Depending on the condition.
A Stevens Model 416 is an identical rifle with different markings.
Whippet was a brand name used by the HD Folsom company on guns it made for the Hibbard, Spencer and Bartlett hardware chain. Folsom and Savage did a lot of business in the 1930's so it is possible that Stevens may have used the Whippet name when they merged with Savage. If I had to guess, I would say it's most likely a Stevens Model 29. The Model 29 was made between 1895-1935. Value depends on conditon. I have seen them run from 75-500.
Stevens model 66A
Gun has TLL 409 on right side of reciever. No markings just SN
j stevens arms company modle 94b what year made
Provide a detailed description of ALL markings.
Savage as the Model 24.
value of a model 1915 22 long rifle, snw465 or 466 j stevens arms company
Need a detailed description of ALL markings, finish and overall condition
Would have to identify exactly which model Stevens rifle you have. Need ALL of the markings. And, condition is everything, so digital pictures would help. www.countrygunsmith.net
It is the same as a Stevens Model 94. Made for Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co. between 1920 and about 1945. Value is $75 or less.