Is this a double barrel or a pump shotgun? If it's really in like new condition, I would get photos and seek appraisals. Those are very hard to find. However, there isn't a lot of interest, so it probably wouldn't more than double the typical price in the $200 range.
"Like new" means no scratches, scuffs, wear, and no more than a dozen rounds through it. Ideally, it should still have factory grease, labels or marks. There should be no bore erosion and only minimal surface wear on mechanical components.
50$ to 600$ depending on condition.
Riverside Arms Chicopee Falls Massus. (569HF
This is another of the store names that were used by The Cresent firearms Company,of which is the maker of your shotgun.These shotguns range in price from 45-120 dollars on today,s market dependin on overall condition.
$75 in top condition. email@example.com
I have a 12ga Chicopee Arms shotgun that I inherited from my father. "Chicopee Arms" is a brand name used by the H.D. Folsom Company for selling hunting shotguns in the 1940s. Hope this helps!
About $75 to $100, retail. firstname.lastname@example.org
I have a 1913 model 16 ga riverside arms shotgun . all it says , is the date made and company so on mine there is no ga. indication .
Stevens/Savage used the Riverside name from about 1920 to 1945.
$35 to $75, depending on condition.
I paid 400.00 for mine. very good condition. Clint Taylor, haleyville al.
Try Numrich arms @ www.e-gunparts.com
An older used utility double barrel shotgun is worth around $200 if it is fully functional, but not in like-new condition.
$100 - $200, assuming in useable condition but not 100% new condition
Riverside Arms was a tradename used by Stevens and later by Savage. Would help to know what other markings are on the gun.
Model 520 shotguns are selling, depending on condition, from $100-$200. email@example.com
What is my 12 gauge dated oct 20 1915 from riverside arms in Chicopee mass. Worth. Number 48780.
It was manufactured by J Stevens between 1920 and 1948. There should also be a model number on the right side - probably 5000, 5100, or 311. Value will be $150 to $250, depending on condition.
Try your local gunsmith. The Riverside is a Stevens shotgun. If you can find out which model it is, you can probably find the wood at Numrich Gunparts
Sometime between 1920 and 1948.
Around 75-100 dollars.
1929, yr. made is also model
It would have been made by Stevens/Savage between 1920 and 1948. Might be worth $75 on a good day.
J.Stevens & Co. manufactured .22 for children in 1907. Could have made your shotgun. B.L.Rogers
It sounds to me that what you have is a shotgun that was made by the crescent firearms company,they made many shotguns under hundreds of store names for hardware,and general supply stores from 1880-1930.