The Crescent Arms "Empire Hammerless" double barrel (20 guage) is not a collectable gun, but is a "shooter". Thus, in shootable condition, it is worth about $200. That's what I paid for mine, strictly for bird hunting.
The Worthington was made by both Crescent and Stevens for George Worthington Company of Cleveland. Value is about $100 to $150, depending on condition and originallity
Depending on the condition and configuration, it would run from $100 to $250.
Do you mean a hammerless single-shot, double-barrel, slide-action...? firstname.lastname@example.org
$150-$400 (only goes that high if you can find a buyer who thinks a 410 is worth more than a larger gauge) I disagree. Depending on condition, older double barrels, even off brand ones, command a premium the smaller the gauge. Stevens 311A's in excellent condition are going for $400-$700 range. The Crescent Quail Hammerless would start at these prices and go higher. The Hammerless Quail with checkered walnut and splinter forend would begin at the $700 range if in 90-95% condition. Alot depends on the local market. In the southeast, .410 SxSs are going for high dollars.
Empire Arms was a trade name sold by Sears Roebuck. If it has the Crescent name on it, it would date from about 1893 to 1930. If it has open hammers and damascus barrels, it is more likely to be an early gun. Hammerless guns and fluid steel barrels were introduced about 1907, but sidehammer guns were not discontinued.
Depends on condition and features. $75 to maybe as much as $250.
$100-$200, depending on model and condition
.38 Safety Hammerless (5th Model), made about 1912. The 6" barrel is somewhat rare in this model and if the gun is in top condition could bring over $400.
What are the exact markings on the shotgun? 3000 s30 42427 utica special
Without knowing who made it, the question can't be answered
$100 to $250, depending on the exact model and its condition.
I have a 32 caliber hammerless Iver Johnson serial 45158 with a 3 inch barrel how do i find out about it
Will have to be made. Semi-inletted stocks for Crescent Hammerless shotguns can be had for around $40, but require quite a bit of expert work to finish.
$50-$150, depending on condition. Most were low dollar guns.
The wooden forearm is easily made, but if you need the metal part of the forend you are in for a tough time. We are one of the largest used parts dealers in the country and have not had a Crescent .410 forend iron in years. email@example.com
Its the Lewis Model, from c.1905. In 60% condition, I would expect to retail at $350-$400. firstname.lastname@example.org
My Crescent "Empire" cost $200 as a shooter. The serial number is 7787. These are not collectable guns, but mass marketed "shooters". Still works fine!