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What is the value of Syracuse Arms Co shotguns?

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2008-10-18 22:39:09
2008-10-18 22:39:09

I just got through researching this for a friend. Found some on some gun auction sites. depending on condition, its worth is between $200 and $1,300 It really depends on the grade and condition of the shotgun. The Double Gun Journal has had several articles in the last 2 years which would allow you to identify where an individual example fits into models produced. I believe that a high grade model in excellent contition would bring over $4,000. I know of a sale during the last 12 months at $3,000. It was not the best of the available grades.

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value always depends on condition and a person interested in such a shotgun. Fulton arms co was a trademark name marked on shotguns made by W.H Davenport Fire Arms Co, Norwich, conn. It was incorporated by Hunter Arms Co, Fulton, N.Y.

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These early single-shot shotguns top out at $100. sales@countrygunsmith.net

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Riverside Arms is a brand name used by the J Stevens Arms Co. on many good quality double barrel shotguns. The value depends on model, gauge, and condition. The values can range from $100 to $1600. Seek professional appraisal from a gunsmith or advanced collector.

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Corrected your spelling. The name Cherokee Arms Co. was used by C. M. McClung Co. of Knoxville, Tn. H & D Folsom was a supplier to the company and their main source of U. S. shotguns was their own company, Crescent Arms Co. Folsom also supplied imported shotguns ( read Belgium ) for their customers. McClune's was not married to Folsom, they could and probably did order shotguns from other companies- who ever had the best price. The name Cherokee was roll marked on all of them.Value is based on condition, but is typically fairly low, somewhere in the $100-$125 range.


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