The Junior Model 11 was Stevens' last attempt to market a boy's rifle. It was discontinued in the late 1930s. Value depends on condition -- less than $100 if fair or worse, maybe $300 if excellent and you find the right collector. It would be rare to see one sell for more than $200 in average condition.
The '1864' marking you are seeing is part of a patent date, not a model number. Stevens guns generally will have the 1864 patent date through about 1916, and there were a great many models produced on the same basic action that would show that patent date. If you can send us detailed digital pictures, we can help you identify which model you have and go from there. firstname.lastname@example.org
That is the date of a patent owned by J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co.
Stevens 520 pump
It had to be manufactured between the 1912 patent date and 1915 when the company ceased operations.
The best company for patent licensing help is one that has extensive experience in patent licensing. The best would also have experience in the specific product. ICAP Patent Brokerage is a very popular company that provides this service.
If the company decides to file for a patent, you will receive a cash award.
That's a patent date, not a manufacture date. The Standard Catalog gives a range of values from $125 in Poor condition to $275 in Excellent condition.
Valient was a trade name used by the Spear and Company of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on firearms they retailed. The patent date identifies yours as a product of J. Stevens Arms.
These older stevens guns are valued at between 65-150 dollars.
No - Patents are property. If one sells a patent outright, one ceases to have any ownersip of that patent.
Blue Book of Gun Values, Standard Catalog of Firearms, etc. The Crackshot was one of the "boy's rifles" first manufactured by Stevens in the late 1800's, but the 1913 patent date means yours was made later. If you have written the entire company name as it appears on the gun, it was made sometime after 1920 when Stevens was bought by Savage Arms and before about 1948 when the Stevens line was discontinued.
Go to the Browning website, look under Customer Service. You will need the serial number, not a patent number.
What type action? Tip-up, lever, falling block, rolling block, bolt action? It could be any of several boys rifles or target rifles. Exactly how is the company name written on the gun? The "J. Stevens and Co" version was discontinued 8 years before the 1894 patent date on yours.
The Stevens Model 520 was built on a Browning patent and so marked. Stevens also built the gun for Sears before World War II under the 'Ranger' tradename, so if you have a slide-action shotgun marked 'Ranger' and 'Browning Patent' then that is what you have.
There is no current patent on paracetamol; that's why it's produced by so many companies.
I wish I knew the answer to this as well as I have the same gun. The only thing I can offer is that it should be noted that it has an octagonal barrel and a falling block/breech, and most importantly the patent date is April 17, 1894 NOT April 1794. J Stevens A & T was only in business between about 1886 and 1914 approx. this is wreckmaster96739, i have in my possesion a j Stevens a and t co. u s patent apr. 1794,it's a 22 long rifle ser. # 40279. it was my grandfather's grandfarther's gun. I'm courious what the value is.
According to "Understanding Chemical Patents" the Patent Secretary is the Company Liaison between the researcher/inventor and the PTSO. An inventor in the company employ would go to the patent secretary in order to see if the invention was patentable and if so the patent secretary in some cases directly files on behalf of the inventor/company or submits it to the Board or committee for modification/review.
its a chemical i think
There were several different Stevens 22s with a 1907 patent date, so we cannot give you an exact date. If it is marked "J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co" it was made before 1920 and, of course, after the 1907 patent date.
It depends on the patent. Depending on what product or item you have a patent for will determine what company you need to file the patent with. If you dont know the company's name then you can just look it up on the internet to find out.
That patent date is found on shotguns manufactured by J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co.
The patent date should be just in from of the bolt under the rear sight. But only if it is a bolt action!!!!