The bad news is that I'm having the same difficulty as you. The good news is that A.J.Stevens was bought by Savage in the early 1960's.
The J. Stevens Company was bought by Savage Arms in 1920. The Springfield name was used from about 1930 to 1948.
The patent was dated April 17, 1894. There were no cartridge arms in in 1794, in fact, the percussion system had yet to be invented. J. Stevens and Company was formed in 1864 and used that name until 1886 when the name was changed to J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company. The plant was sold to New England Westinghouse in 1916 and used to produce military rifles for the US and the Soviet Union. In 1920, Savage purchased the facilities and manufactured firearms with the name J. Stevens Arms Company until about 1948. Guns produced after that date were marked with just "Stevens" until the name was discontinued by Savage in 1991. Many Stevens guns were not serialized, so they can only be "dated" to the period of production. I believe that Mr Callahan charges $25 to research a Stevens firearm.
I have had mine since 1965.
No way to know without a sn. If no sn, no way to know.
Only made from 1969-1972.
My Springfield model 83 ( J Stevens) is stamped 22 Short, Long and Long Rifle on Barrel. If yours is as well, then yes, it would fire LR rounds.
Its hard to say what the exact age and/or value would be. J. Stevens Arms Co. began producing the Model 15 springfield in 1938. It retailed in the Sears and Roebuck catalogue for $3.18. In really good condition it is probably worth about $100.
The Springfield Model 84 was made by J. Stevens Arms Company, Chicopee, Mass.
The Springfield Model 15 was produced by The J. Stevens Company beginning in 1938. Intended as a boy's rifle (A low-caliber, easily used, rifle), it saw production into the early 40's when production tapered off on account of the war effort.
The Springfield name was used by Stevens from 1920 to 1948.
Stevens Model 56 Made 1933 till 1945, 97,500 made. from Gun Trader.
First you have to determine what kind of "Springfield" you have. It could be a US military arm from the Springfield Armory dating to sometime before the Civil War or a new sporting arm from Springfield, Inc., but most likely it is a shotgun made by J. Stevens Arms or the Stevens Division of Savage Arms.
This bolt action .22 repeater should bring $75 to $125.
My information shows that only 3,500 of these rifles were made from 1935-1936.
The stevens model 54 crack shot rifle was made by savage/stevens from 1933-1942.There was a total production of 23,500 rifles made during that time span.
The Model 52A was made until 1937, so production of the 52B should have followed that. Both J. Stevens and Springfield were owned by Savage- you might check with their customer service department.
Your savage/stevens model 84c was made between the years 1936-1945.there were 99,500 made during this time span.
It was manufactured from 1936 to 1948. It's value will range from 75 to 150 depending on condition.
model 94B Stevens plastic stock was mfg in 1950. Stevens uded letter code starting with A in 1949 until P in 1969.
$50, maybe less depending on how poor shape it is in.
A Springfield J. Stevens 410 gauge proof tested was made sometime between 1920 and 1940. If it is in good condition it has a value of between 300.00, and 400.00.
The stevens model 70 Visible loading slide action rifle was made from 1912-1931.