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What is the value of a Parker Brothers and a WW Greener double barrel shotguns?

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2006-10-06 02:19:49
2006-10-06 02:19:49

The value of your Parker and Greener, are based on the model, grade and condition of each piece. With that said, you should visit a reputable gun shop in your area and have them appraise your guns. Let them know that you are interested in an appraisal for insurance purposes and not what they would be willing to buy them for. Good luck.

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