OXFORD ARMS was a trade name used by the Belknap Hardware Co in Louisville KY in the early 20th century. The gun would have been made by either Crescent Firearms (up til 1930) or Stevens (through WW2).
Value will be up to $250 or so.
Thanks, I enjoy learning more history on firearms. I'll place it on the mantle and remember the hunting trips I tagged along with granddaddy. It's definitely not the original finish b/c he used it so much that it's due for a third stock! Guess following shoulder surgery it's best left on the mantle. hehe
What is the value of a 20 gauge double barrel shot gun maufactured by Lawson in Godfrey, Il.
50-100 or so
up to 200
$150-$250, depending on gauge and condition.
25-125 USD or so
100-400 depending on condtion, accessories, etc..
I have just purchased one myself, however it was a 16 GAUGE. I have checked into the value and have been qouted anywhere from $225.00 to $375.00 depending on condition. Andrew Kimmen
The model 311 is a side-by-side.
$150-$250. A little more if it is like-new, a lot less if it is not fully functioning.
Oxford Arms Company was a trade name used by the Crescent Firearms Company on shotguns made for the Belknap Hardware Company of Louisville, Kentucky, c. 1890-1920. It will not have a serial number. I have an Oxford 16 gauge side-by-side. It has a serial number. Take the barrels off and it is in the slot that holds the barrels. Sorry, Danny, I should have said it MAY not have a serial number. Even if there is one, There are no records available to date these old utility grade shotguns.
We are going to assume you have the fairly recent import from American Arms in Missouri. Those 10ga doubles were made in Spain and will bring $400-$500 in top condition. email@example.com
Up to $250 depending on condition. firstname.lastname@example.org
Use the Blue book of Gun Values, or cross- reference it with Numrich Arms Manu. to Seller site
Value is as a decorator piece only - not safe to fire with modern ammunition. $200 in top condition. email@example.com