About $125-150 in excellent condition. They could be originally purchased in the late 70's for $74.95
1901 single barrel shotgun, washingtion
The Harrington Richardson 20 gauge single shot shotgun, Feb. 27 1900 is valued at $75 in poor condition. In good condition, it is valued at $200.
H&R / Harrington & Richardson
Seek the services of a good gunsmith
Unlikely that detailed sn data has been published.
Seldom exceeds 100 USD
Value will seldom exceed 100 USD if if great shape.
In 100% condition, $100-$125.
200 or so
Since you do not say, whether your Harrington & Richardson is a pistol, rifle or shotgun and you do not show a letter prefix to the serial number, I can only give you limited information based on a Model 48 Topper Single Shot Shotgun which was manufactured for a period of 14 years between 1943 and 1956. I hope this helps, until you can supply more information on your shotgun.
Yes, but some single shots were also manufactured by Harrington and Richardson. Yes, there were 2 models, # 28 and # 44.
Topper is a brand name of a line of basic single-shot shotguns made by Harrington & Richardson. H&R is owned by Marlin Firearms Company.
100 or so
serial number suggests a single barrel, hinged frame Model 1908/08 shotgun - if so - 1920-25.
$75-125, depending on condition.
@ 50 USD.
I have a single shot 12GA shotgun that says "the hunter" on it and recently sent it to get restored but history wise i was told that it was made by a company called H&R (Harrington and Richardson). Apparently they had made millions of these guns, mine dated back to the 1940's.
Have you tried a web search? Local Library? Do a web search on Harrington and Richardson Books and you will find some sources.
about 80 bucks. I have seen them go for 130, and have seen them go for 2 for 50. Just gotta find the right person.
Ypu might try Numrich gum parts. They have the largest inventory around..Try gunpartscorp.com. Maybe they can help.
About $70, depending on condition.