If it is marked "J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co" it was made between 1886 and 1916 when "Arms & Tool" were part of the company name. Value will depend on the configuration and condition. Side hammers usually go as mantle decorations, especially if they have damascus barrels ($75 for single shots, $125-$150 for double barrels). Boxlocks (back hammer or hammerless) in good shape can bring $75 (single) to $250 (double) as shooters.
$50 in good condition
I can say that the marking stevens Arms and Tool company was marked on stevens made firearms from 1886-1915.This time period would include your double barrel shotgun.As to value that would dpend on your shotgun having steel barrel or Damascus twist steel barrel(BLACKPOWDER ONLY).The ovreall condition would also be important.
I can say that your shotgun being marked with J Stevens Arms and Tool Co.indicates that it was made from 1886-1916.That marking was only used during these years of production.
50-100 USD, seldom any more than that.
Have it examined by a gunsmith.
I recently acquired a J. Stevens Arms and Tool Co. Mod 520 12 Gage with Browning Pats # Feb. 7-1905, Aug. 27-1907, Some gun enthuse that I have spoken with say it is not worth much more than $150.00, it
Your Stevens model 235 was made between the years 1912-1916.This is when the Name Stevens arms and tool Co was changed to Stevens arms Co.The model 235 was made from 1912-1935.So the years listed fit into both the name and manufacturing time frame that your shotgun was produced.I hope that you find this informative.
Impossible to answer without more information.The manufacture date can be approximated by the company name.J Stevens & Co = 1864-1886J Stevens Arms & Tool Co = 1886-1916J Stevens Arms Co = 1920-late 1940sStevens = 1940s-1990
How old is the gun
Your Stevens model 200 shotgun was produced around circa 1910.
That is the date of a patent owned by J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co.
Depends on model and condition. Anywhere from $75-$250.
no Co. is an abbreviation for company But there are differences between: * J. Stevens and Co. * J. Stevens Arms and Tool Co. * J. Stevens Arms Co. * Stevens and * Stevens - Savage
Central Arms shotguns were made by several manufacturers, but that patent date says J Stevens Arms and Tool Co.
Any Stevens firearm that is marked J Stevens Arms and Tool co.Was produced between the years 1886-1915.That is as close as I can get.
MOST of the single shot shotguns do not have really high values. The Stevens is a good gun- dependable, reliable, well made- but not a lot of collector interest. Depending on condition, a Stevens single may be worth between $50-$175. I keep a few of the singles around as loaner guns to new shooters- they are a very good shotgun for a "first shotgun".
J.Stevens Arms and Tool Co - the company that made the gun Electrosteel - Stevens trade name to make you think it's better than others. Choke bored - Barrel is restricted at the muzzle to hold a tighter shot pattern.
J. Stevens Arms and Tool Co or Crescent Fire Arms for the George Worthington hardware stores.
I can't find production dates for a model 357, but if it is marked J Stevens Arms Co (NOT J. Stevens and Co or J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co), the gun was made no earlier than 1920 and before 1950.
The 44XL shot cartridge was a specific chambering. Have a gunsmith look at it and determine if it can be used with or converted to 2 1/2" .410 shells. email@example.com
Massachusetts Arms Company operated from 1860 to 1893. The name was later used by J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co, J. Stevens Arms, and Crescent Firearms.
Single barrel, $50-$75. Double, $150-$250.