What you have is this. Crescent Firearms was a large manfacturer of shotguns in the late 1880's in Norwich, Ct. In 1893 they sold out to H&D Folsom Arms Co. of N.Y. They produce many shotguns under over 200 names. As for your Whippet they were a large Chicago Hardware firm who they put their name on firearms. In 1931 Folsom sold out to J. Stevens who then were pick up by Savage later. Your was made in the early 1930's for this hardware co. You should have a gunsmith check for chamber length as they did not make them 2 3/4 inch till about 1927. Value is very low $50. to $100. this is firstname.lastname@example.org and I own the j Stevens Whippet model c 22. The answer to my original question sounded like you described a shotgun. This not a shotgun but a 22 rifle. So I'm still looking for info on this. Thanks Whippet rifles and shotguns were made c. 1920-1945 by the Stevens division of Savage Arms for Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Company, a hardware retail/wholesale operation in Chicago. I could make a guess at the value of your .22 if you would describe it more fully. What type of action does it have and is it a single shot or repeater? The condition, either stated as a percentage of the original finish remaining or according to NRA grading standards.
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.
Made between the early 1920s and 1940s by Stevens for Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett and Co. $150-$250, depending on condition.
Made from 1954 to 1971 --- value NILL
Whippet 16 SS C 1205738 I have no idea the age but I also have a Wippet 16 ga. Model C serial #1205738 and would like to get more information if possible. email@example.com
The value and age of a Savage Stevens model 311E will vary depending on the length of the gun and its condition. These guns were made in the 1960s and the 1970s and can sell for up to about $300 in excellent condition.
The Stevens "Springfield" Model 83 was manufactured from 1935 to 1939. Value is between $40 to $75.
the Stevens model 87 was made 1938-1945,with total production of 200,000.
The exact value of a Stevens 12 gauge model g20a is actually dependent on a couple things. Some of these things would be the age and condition.
Your savage model 30F was made by savage/stevens from 1970-1975.
I am guessing that it was purchased in the 1940's or 1950's.
what is the value
I AM REQUESTING THE VALUE OF THE STEVEN MODEL 66B .22 LONG-SHORT RIFLE
The exact value of a Stevens model 18C 410 shotgun is actually dependent upon a number of factors. Some of these factors would be the age and condition of the shotgun.
Can't tell you without a model. Stevens made tons of .22s, and their value depends on model, age and condition. Range is from well under $100 to several thousand.
The Model 620 was produced from 1926-1945. firstname.lastname@example.org
The stevens model 54B was made during the years 1933-1942.these shotguns are valued at between 80-150 dollars.
The exact value of a Savage Arms Stevens model 77m shotgun is actually dependent upon a number of factors. Some of these factors would be the age and condition of the shotgun.
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.
Approximate value on this shotgun is $130 - $200 depending on condition.
A Western Field 30 is actually made by Stevens as the model 520. Serial number dating was never kept on the Stevens model 520. They were made by Stevens between 1912 and 1932. Value is typically a shooting value between $100-200 depending on condition.
Impossible to give age without sn. 50-100 USD
I can say that the Stevens model 67 has not been produced since 1989.The value of these shotguns with between 60%-90% original finish remaining is between 125-155 dollars.