That serial number would be a 20ga gun built in 1912. That is a true Fox Sterlingworth, made in Philadelphia, before the Savage buyout. Value depends on condition, which is typically described by the percentage of case color remaining on the receiver and percentage of bluing remaining on the barrels. For example, a gun similar to yours with 50% case color remaining, and 80% blue and wood finish remaining, is currently listed at $2800.
Need a detailed description
Provide detailed description of ALL markings.
Exactly how is the shotgun marked (all markings), and double-check the serial number. firstname.lastname@example.org
Blue Book of Gun Values will help.
How much is a sterlingworth 12 gauge double barrle shot gun serial #101254 in good condition be worth
depends on condition- $400-$750
$500 to $2000 depending on condition and when it was made.
Impossible to value with just the serial number and "shotgun".
1929 gun that should bring $700 plus if in truly excellent shape. email@example.com
How old is a Iver Johnson shotgun serial 98404 and its value
What is the value of a 12 gauge Browning shotgun serial J68824?
wondering price value of browning shotgun serial number 35354
price value of browning shotgun serial number 35354
just wanting to know the value of a browning shotgun serial # 37896
Small guage Sterlingworths run easily into four figures.
Impossible to value with just the serial number.
Manufactured from 1911 to 1946. Savage bought the company in 1930. Value ranges from $275 to 1250 depending on condition.
The rough value of an Iver Johnson 410 shotgun serial number 001 is about $300. However, this will depend on the condition of the shotgun.
Please include the serial number(to date your shotgun) and the overall condition to get a accurate value to your Winchester model 1912 pump action shotgun.
Impossible to value anything with just the serial number.
Basically impossible to value with what you have provided.
It appears your shotgun was made in 1926. As far as the value it depends on the length of the barrels, the overall condition, and any options like engraving. Generally these sell for $500 up to $1500.
Made in 1920. Would need to know detailed information as to its condition and originality. Even a non-factory recoil pad would hurt the value. Digital pictures would be a big help. firstname.lastname@example.org
Impossible to value any firearm with just the serial number.