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What is the value of a 12 gauge Crescent Peerless Model 1 double barrel side by side shotgun?


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Answered 2007-06-18 15:16:59

Value is all in the condition, value run from $ 100 for poor but complete to $750 for the engraved model. average should fall about $300 - 400 + 10% if it is engraved.


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