What is the age and value of a 44 caliber Hawes Firearms Co Army Model?
Hawes Firearms were manufactured by a company in Germany around the late 60's to about 1983. They were a fairly decent gun, but not in the Colt or Smith&Wesson class by any means. They are not a collectors item so they usually sell for about $150 depending on condition and model.
What is the value of an ivory handled 44 caliber black powder New Army Model made in Italy for Hawes Firearms?
What is the value of a Hawes Firearms Co 36 cal Navy Model made in Italy serial 6666 percussion revolver?
Impossible to answer. Harrington & Richardson company was in business for over 100 years, made millions of firearms- and was restructured under a slightly different name, and still makes firearms today. Value of ANY gun is based on exact make, model, caliber, and condition. You gave us none of those.
Hawes was an importer of replica percussion revolvers. The brass frame .36cal. with an unengraved cylinder is actually a replica Confederate Schneider & Glassick. There are only three original Schneider & Glassick revolvers known to exist. Value of the Hawes replica Schneider & Glassick would be $200-$300.
Depending on Model style. That is Sporting rifle, Fancy Sporting rifle, Carbine, Trappers Carbine, or musket. Also age, caliber, and condition. All that said, the value would be between $350 and $12000 according to the research that I have done. Try doing an online estimate through Homestead Firearms.
How much does a antique 32 caliber hand gun cost serial number 10885 model number 1900 l j double action?
First, that is not an antique. Firearms have their own LEGAL definition of antique- Made prior to 1899. Second, the value of ANY firearm is based on exact make, model, and condition. The Iver Johnson firearms, while decent, were not high dollar items when new. The value of your would likely be between $50 and $150, depending heavily on condition.
Please clarify...is your Winchester a rifle or carbineand are you referring to the serial number as being 32 or the caliber as .32 WCF???? Full descriptions to the firearms condition and style are a mininum to offer a value. If you can send detailed photo's I can help; firstname.lastname@example.org Regards, Marty