Knickerbocker Trust Company ended in 1907.
Knickerbocker Trust Company was created in 1884.
The Knickerbocker was made by Cresent, but under the Folsom House Brand. A great recourse for shotgun information can be found in a book called "The Golden Age of Shotgunning" by Bob Hinman. GK & Associates, LLC
The name American Gun Company was a trade mark of the Cresent Firearms Company.This company was in business from 1888-1931.The double barrel shotguns of this company were started in the year 1891.The Knickerbocker shotgun was started during the 1900,s.The knickerbocker shotguns were of a barrel length of 14 inches and chambered in 20 gauge.The barrels should be of nickel finish.A case hardened receiver,and pistol grip stock.
You might try Numrich (e-gunparts.com). If your Knickerbocker was made by Crescent, they can probably help, but if you have a Belgian-made gun probably not.
Pretty much an impossible undertaking.
Ithaca SN 68814 was manufactured in 1902 according to Ithaca Gun Company records compiled and released in 1960. It is a Lewis model if hammerless and New Ithaca Gun if it has hammers.
no it has a 4 digit serial # Knickerbocker came from 2 different companies. The American Gun Company, New York, stamped a five digit serial number on the barrel, forestock and stock end.
The National Sewing Machine Company produced the Damascus sewing machine and sold it through Montgomery Wards catalog.
Your shotgun was actually made by the crescent firearms company,and distributed by H&D Folsum Co.These shotguns are currently priced at between 140-240 dollars,whether they have a hammer or hammerless configuration,and whether they have a damascus,or steel barrels.These shotguns were made roughly between the years 1895-1925.
I have a friend who has a 32 cal, break open hammerless revolver, chrome finished, in excellent shape. As near as the person who had it remembered, it was perchased around the early thirties. It is stamped American Revolver co. with ivory grips.
No. What would the company that produced the finest American double barrel shotgun want with a utilitarian import?
That depends on the condition of the gun. You could let a licensed gunsmith or firearms dealer look at it and they could tell you.
What information would you want? Crescent made single shotguns from 1893 to 1930. If it has a large side hammer and damascus barrels, it would almost certainly be from before 1915. If it has fluid steel barrels and a center hammer (or is hammerless) then sometime after 1903.
The American Water Company was first founded in 1886. It was originally called American Water Works and Guarantee Company and became the American Water Company in 1947.
There is no company called the American Home Loans Company. There is a company called the American Home Mortgage Company. They are based in Melville, New York.
The American Chicle Company is owned by the Warner-Lambert Company
American Gun Company was a trade name used by Crescent Firearms for H.D. Folsom at their retail outlets. Make sure you have it checked by a gunsmith before you shoot modern shells with those Damascus barrels. Jay Gentry Shotgunworld.com yellopops - How old is your friend? If he's over 200 years old, you may be wrong. 28 guage has been used since the days of muzzle-loading guns and is still being made.
According to a table in "Ithaca Gun Company from the Beginning" it was made in 1901.
Yes, the Ozarka Water Company is a branch off of the American Company. American Company have many different branches and many different stores that rely on their management.
Ford is definitely an American car company.