Sears' JC Higgins Model 25 is the High Standard model A1041 .22 auto
I got mine in 1950 and it was used.
J.C. Higgins company
Depends on the exact maker and model.
The value of the model 41DLA 103.274 .22 caliber by J.C. Higgins varies with the condition of the gun. On average, this gun sells for about 200 dollars to about 350 dollars.
The JC Higgins model 103 (and there were a lot of different model 103's like the 103.19791, 103.19801, 103.19810, etc, etc) were all different models of Marlin. The Western Auto Revelations were their model 105-2060 which was also a Marlin model 80. To answer your question - maybe. Try it out.
50-150 USD depending on condition.
Hi Standard 1950-3
These were made 1955 through 1962 in several versions. See the link below. http://www.histandard.info/models/pistols/Dura.html A serial number can allow research for an exact ship date.
An automatic shotgun from Sears Roebuck would top out at around $200.
J C Higgins is a brand name for rifles made by various companies for Sears. Mossberg, Savage, Remington and Hi Standard made rifles for Western Auto and Sears using the Higgins name on the Sears rifles.