Charles Daly shotguns were made by several of the best European and American arms makers from around 1875 to the mid-late 1930's by Schoverling, Daly & Gates. These were some of the finest shotguns of the time and can sell for several thousand dollars. In the 1960's and 70's, they were produced by Miroku Company in Japan. These are becoming collectible and can retail for $1,500-$3,000 in top condition. Current Daly O/U shotguns are manufactured in Italy and are excellent firearms. There are forty different models listed in the Blue Book. A Field grade in 60% condition, lists at about $200, but a Diamond Regent GTX EDL Hunter in 100% is $23,000. If your gun has fancy wood, fine engraving and/or precious metal inlays, you should take it to an expert for a written appraisal. what is the Charles daly worth over and under serial number152978
I have a charles daly 711907 and would like to know as well.
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I paid 100 for the same in used condition...
Value of Charles Daly Superior 28 OU 12 Gauge Never Used?
The value of a Charles Daly auto-pointer would actually depend on a number of factors. The main factor that would be considered would be the condition of the auto-pointer.
i still dont know
Charles Daly firearms was created in 1875.
it depends on model,condition and guage so a guess would be between $500 and $1,000
I would first try E-bay then I would check other site,s on the net under Charles daly.
In like "new condition", expect to pay around $1000 in a retail store.
A Charles Daly 12 gauge pump shotgun is a type of hunting gun. The typical value of this gun is a few hundred dollars.
The exact value of a Charles Daly Italian Diamond Trap firearm would actually be dependent upon a number of factors. Some of these factors would be the condition and age of the firearm.
John Charles Daly was born on 1914-02-20.
John Charles Daly died on 1991-02-24.
The Diamond III's are selling from $900 to $1360
Not enough information to evaluate the price.I would need the model name,and overall condition of your shotgun to determine a value.