Manufactured by Harrington & Richardson very near that patent date.
H&R does not have a patent dating from 1850 - either you have the wrong company or the date was misread??????????????
Try Cornell Publications. They have a few books on the company
Blue Book of Gun Values
Not enough information to answer. Make, model, condition at a minimum.
250 USD if it looks like it just left the factory
That patent date appears on the H&R Model 1 revolver, which is a spur trigger single action in either .32 rimfire or .38 rimfire. Value can reach $200 or slightly more in top condition. firstname.lastname@example.org
This firearm has minimal value. It would book out at $40 in poor condition to maybe $125 in excellent.
No such thing as 22 "caliper". 22 caliber, yes. 10-100 USD or so
Depends on the model and condition. Anywhere from $10- $200. By the way, those are patent dates, not the date made.
Cornell Publications may have a book with sn data.
It is, most likely with that barrel rib stamping, a 1st Model 2nd Variation "Auto Ejecting" model - made before 1890 - earliest production of this variation was around 1886-87. In excellent collectible condition, these will bring close to $300 at auction.
If it is fully functional, a single shot will bring $35 - $70 and a double barrel $150 - $250, depending on condition.Parts are still available from egunparts.com The old Numrich Arms. Good Luck. I just got one, too!Answeri am wondering about this to, i have just acquired one of these H&R shot guns... it has the exact same pattent dates on the left side of the receiver... but the locking mechanism for the barrel is broken? can i still get parts for it?
I believe 'pt' stands for patent, as in Colt patent firearms
Charles A. Richardson Inc. (family owned business since 1850)
You need to identify the make and model of the shotgun. Dozens of different makes of guns show a browning patent on the barrel. Recheck and re-ask the question - Thank you
This would be a 2nd Model PREMIER 3rd Variation, made between 1909 and 1913. The actual patent date is OCT. 8 1895.Value depends upon condition. Excellent $250 to 260 down to fair $100 or less. With blue finish add 10%; .22 rf add 20%, premium addition also for longer than standard 3" barrel.
If it is not marked on the gun, you will have to measure it. The most probably calibers for an H&R revolver are .22, .32, and .38. A standard lead pencil will not go into the barrel of a .22, fit fairly well into a .32, and be loose in a .38, but don't run out to buy ammunition based on this estimation. Let a gunsmith or experienced dealer see the gun and recommend the proper ammunition (or recommend that it not be fired at all!). That patent date, alone, appears on the H&R Model 1 revolver, which is a single-action revolver with bird's head grip and spur trigger. It was chambered in both .32 Rimfire and .38 Rimfire. The ammunition is obsolete. email@example.com
10-1000 depending on specifics
The H Pieper double-barrel patent of April 23, 1881, No 4673, is a patent registered in Belgium to Henri Pieper, allowing two shots to be fired in rapid succession. He created the double-barrel that is widely used today for shotguns. Henri Pieper registered 69 patents in Belgium from 1861 to 1896, in the field of the machines, shotguns, revolvers, cartridges and reducers, guns of rifles, Damas, various chargers of cartridges and ammunition belts.