If it's a hammerless boxlock, it could still be a shooter worth $100 - $250. If it has large side hammers, it's a wall decoration but still worth almost as much. I have one... it belonged to my dad...he purchased it used around1918- 1920 SN 410344 stamper on the stock/receiver, barrel and the hand grip, (same numbers on all three pieces) ... Does this mean anytrhing to anyone??? Mdales Only to you. There is no serialization listing for Crescent firearms that would allow you to date its manufacturer.
$100 to $250, depending on the exact model and its condition.
Sold by Sears Roebuck around 1900. Probably manufactured by Crescent Firearms, Norwich, Ct.
From the 2002 Standard Catalog of Firearms: In 1905 Crescent's first hammerless sidelock was introduced as the American Gun Co. "Knickerbocker" Model No. 6. This very popular model became the Crescent "Peerless" No. 6 in 1922. In 1928 it became the Crescent "Empire" No. 60. and in 1931 the Crescent-Davis "New Empire" No. 88, "New Empire" No. 9, and "Empire" No. 9. For further information about Crescent Firearms of Norwich, Connecticut try Amazon.com or eBay for books on old firearms companies.
It would be somewhere between 1893 and 1930.
Sold through Shapleigh Hardware, St Louis, c. 1890-1930. Most likely manufactured by Crescent Firearms, Norwich, CT. No serial number lists are available for Crescent Arms.
Crescent firearms were made from 1892 to 1932.
What is the Model, Serial Number and date of the Crescent Firearms shotgun which you want a value on?
6227 numbered W Richards. Norwich Conn. What year is this?
Between 1894 and 1930.
You can try these sources. Your shotgun was made by the Crescent Firearms Co. of Norwich, Conn. Look there, too. Numrich gunpartscorp.com Jack First jackfirstgun.com Bob's Gun Shop gun-parts.com You can try these sources. Your shotgun was made by the Crescent Firearms Co. of Norwich, Conn. Look there, too. Numrich gunpartscorp.com Jack First jackfirstgun.com Bob's Gun Shop gun-parts.com
Made by Crescent Firearms Co for HSB & Co.
No published sn data. In the 70-100 yr old range.
Around 1892 Crescent firearms manufactured shotguns under a variety of names. In 1930 H & D Folsom Arms sold their Crescent Fire Arms company to Savage Arms and Savage combined Crescent with Davis Warner Arms Corp., as Crescent-Davis Arms Corporation. Your shotguns value, in good condition, is about $150.
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It is a shotgun not a rifle- and Crescent was bought by Savage in 1931.
a 410 ga. shotgun pistol was made by crescent firearms and is very rare. however, regular shotguns do not have much value
No. Crescent made inxpensive shotguns under more than 100 different trade names.
"The Berkshire" by Meridan Firearms "Berkshire No. 3000" by Crescent Firearms Contrary to popular belief, not the same company.
Magazine is the firearms term for the part of a firearm that stores ammunition waiting to be fired. A single shot firearm- rifle, pistol, or shotgun will not have a magazine. All repeating firearms DO have a magazine- with the exception of belt fed firearms, like a machine gun..
Made by the Crescent Firearms Co. If it is marked as AMERICAN GUN CO, it would be 1905-1922. If marked as CRESCENT FIREARMS is would be 1922-1930.
Yes, a shotgun is classified as a firearm.
The New Victor Crescent Firearms Co 12 gauge, single shot shotgun is well suited for hunting small game and birds. The breech loading design is reliable and allows for quick reloading.
Crescent Firearms were manufactured from 1893 to 1930, but there are no factory records available to determine the exact year from a serial number.
Palmetto shot guns were made by Crescent Fire Arms Co. Crescent made firearms for many different companies and gun outlets. Crescent made a decent gun...............
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