50-100 or so
Can anyone advise me. I currently restoring a black powder 12 bore shotgun one of the the hammers is missing. The gun is circa 1860 Naylor & son Sheffield. Any advice would be welcome. many thanks. Dan.
It would top out at $250 as a mantle decoration. Unless you mean a Parker Brothers shotgun. Then it could be several thousand dollars.
50-100 USD or so
Typically, up to $250. Rare and heavily engraved special versions would bring more.
Recently purchased 10 gauge side x side black power shotgun. Has double external hammers and double triggers. Stamped on top between barrels in front of hammers is WN More + Co. Superior Quality. Any information would be helpfull. Thanks
$150 to $250, depending on how good it looks over the fireplace since this old timer probably isn't suitable for a field gun anymore.
50-100 or so
i dont know. i think it is
Yes. Go to lcsmith.org . There is more info there than you could possibly ever remember.
Possibly a BAYER 12 Gauge side by side ? Mine has two hammers and triggers. The trademark of a knight on horseback is inscribed on both barrels, and also 'Anc.Etabl.Pieper Herstal Belgium' inscribed on the barrel rail. Have any older shotgun checked by a gunsmith before using, it may not be up to modern loads. I cant find any other markings except for Occidential stamped on the side and it has a police shield on the but of the handle
Not sure what you are trying to do... firstname.lastname@example.org
In general not much. I just watched a Russle sell for $160 at auction.
to get an informed answer, ask your question at http://www.parkergun.org/
Depends on condition, make, model. I think you mean 12gauge, not 12 bore. Some have a good resale value if it has exposed hammers, the condition of the bore. General value $100.00 They can run 1$00 for old junk to $100,000 for English high grade engraved case works of art.
It's a high grade shotgun that is a Galkery Gun - hand engraved signed by Artist - very expensive
You will have to contact Browning.
You need the services of an appraiser.