Riverside Arms Company

What is the aprox value of a Riverside Arms Co 12gage double barrel shot gun open hammers pat dateFeb 10 1914?

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2005-11-01 22:02:45
2005-11-01 22:02:45

well, have many collections and for the gun you are talking about if in good condition is worth around $2500 but in okay or bad condition it is worth around $700-$2000. it depends on who you are talking to. If the person posting the first reply is talking in US Dollars, I'd like to sell him a few guns. This gun is worth $100-$250, depending on condition, less if it is a basket case and a little more if like new.

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