age Iver Johnson shotgun serial # 33743
see text: Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle works 1871 - 1978
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You specifically have the Iver Johnson TP-25 pistol. These were produced on US-made frames from the Iver Johnson location in Jacksonville, AR with internal parts produced by Erma-Werke in Germany. Your gun was produced in the late 1980's.
Generally, Iver Johnson revolvers will sell for up to $200 in excellent condition. Typical used IJ prices are half that. firstname.lastname@example.org
I can write a book about 'what I don't know',,,but I don't know of a 10 gauge Iver Johnson,,,,maybe a 12?? Jim Spear
The value of an Iver Johnson Magnum 22 caliber revolver would be dependent upon a number of factors. Some of these factors would be the age and condition.
A publication entitled Iver-Johnson Arms & Cycle Works Firearms 1871-1993 has a list of most serial #'s with dates of production, published by Gun Show Books Publishing.
The Iver Johnson viking was made between the years 1964-1978.The value of this firearm in the condition in which you describe is 200 dollars.
Mine is 29989 amd I bought it in 1987 if that helps you a little.
A Great source of information on this firearm (and most other Iver Johnson firearms) is the book by W.E. Goforth titled, "Iver-Johnson Arms & Cycle Works Firearms 1871-1993".
The Iver Johnson Trailsman model 66 large frame revolver was made from 1958-1978.
That depends on the model number, not the serial number. In any case, the value isn't high - possibly $150 max down to about nothing for an old, unserviceable piece.
im sorry but i dont think anyone knows except probably a scientist
No published production data. They generally date from the 1930-1930s. They were a less expensive line of the Iver Johnson company.
President McKinley was shot with the same model gun. The patent dates are 1896 and 1899.
Really would need to know what make/model you are talking about, but I suspect it is an early Iver Johnson model made before 1905.
Need more information. Break open or swing-out cylinder? Also, the complete serial number will be located under the left grip panel. email@example.com
American Bulldog was a name used by at least two different manufacturers. Early guns by H&R date from the early 1900's, but Iver Johnson also marketed a revolver under that name in the 1970's. Johnson and Bye, a predecesor of Iver Johnson, also made an American Bulldog in the late 1800s. These can be identified by an owl's head on the grip.
cuxg ....what the f#**$## does that mean...??? cuxg
It is from 1955. If it was mint condition (meaning never fired) it would be worth about $450.00 the more the wear the less the worth. hope that helps
Mid 1970s through 1984. firstname.lastname@example.org
it is worth 65- 200 depending the condission it was mad late 1800's to early 1900's
Hercules brand is made by Iver-Johnson first introduced in 1900 and has many replicas but not worth too much about $100.00