The price will depend on the exact model, grade, and condition, but this was one of the best of the Spanish gunmakers, so expect somewhere in 4 figures.
Maybe I should back off that price. Apparently there are also "field grade" guns, with less embellishment which can be found for less than $500.
Perdy - never heard of that maker Purdy - you need the services of a professional appraiser who knows shotguns.
http://www.gunsamerica.com/976973273/Guns/Shotguns/Savage-Shotguns/SAVAGE_UP_GRADED_440_12_GA.htm THEY ARE SELLING FOR $800.00
What is the Model, Serial Number and date of the Crescent Firearms shotgun which you want a value on?
Blue Book of Gun Values
FIE was an importer, not a maker. Value will depend on who made the shotgun FIE was an importer, not a maker. Value will depend on who made the shotgun
Too vague. A Browing can sell for $200 up to $25,000
Davidson Firearms of Greensboro NC imported shotguns in about the mid 1960s. ABOUT $150-$200, depending on exact model and condition. Nice boxlock guns from Eibar Spain.
The value of these shotguns is not very much.These range in price from 60-140 dollars.
The Miroku shotguns will typically bring 80% of the value of a Browning Citori in similar condition.
2000 or so
what is the value of a martin elite compound camo colored bow autographed by ted nugent
One cannot give the value without a thorough evaluation of the guitar. I have a friend who has a Martin guitar from the period 1850-1870 (estimated at the Martin factory). Martin did not estimate its value, but an independent estimate put the value in the $5-7K range. To the right collector, this guitar might be worth much more.
Crescent manufactured shotguns from 1888 to 1940. They sold a million utility shotguns that were "branded" by hardware stores and the like. Typical value is $85 to $150.
Given the lack of information they could range from 200-20000 USD
the value of a 1948 Stevens double barrel shotgun 16 gauge. Hammerless.
The Pump shotguns are bringing $150 to $200
resale on most Brazil shotguns is about $100 to $150 if very clean.
These inexpensive Winchester shotguns are selling for between 55-140 dollars.
'Fca de Escopetes' simply means 'shotgun factory.' I believe the next word is actually 'JaBe'. 'Eibar' is the major gunmaking region of Spain. I have seen other shotguns with the 'JaBe' marking, although it is certainly not one of the commonly imported brands. There are many, many gunmakers in Spain whose products never get to the US in any organized importation. Value is going to be dependant upon degree of ornamentation and quality of materials. Being a 28ga is certaily helpful, since the smaller lighter shotguns generally sell very well. Figure $400-$1000 unless the gun is heavily engraved and/or inlaid. firstname.lastname@example.org
To find out the worth research Henri Peeper shotguns Liege Belgium his factory was on Bayard st. He made and sold shotguns under many names Bayard being one of them
Value of ANY gun is based on EXACT make, model, variety and condition. You need a hands-on appraisal.
Your shotguns value will be between 100-200 dollars in todays market.
They will have "Made in Japan" on them somewhere. Value will depend on exact configuration and condition.
Single shots, $50-$75. Double barrel, $150-$250.
Mossberg bolt-action shotguns rarely sell for more than $140.