What is the value of a double barrel 12 gauge made by Central Arms Co 6012 in St Louis with the patent date April 1915?
Assuming it is fully functional but not like-new, about $150-$200.
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.
You really could give a bit more information. That patent date just happens to be one I recognized as being used by J. Stevens on the model 311 and some other double barrel shotguns. If it is in useable condition (need to have an experienced gunsmith check it out if you have even the slightest doubt) a double barrel is worth $100-$250, depending on exact condition.
Remington 12A serial number 491477. Last date stamped on barrel is April 16 1912. Any idea when it was manufactured?
What is the age of a 12 gauge Remington and Sons double barrel shotgun serial 7439 marked with a patent date of April 10 1872 and 'ATC0.1871'?
i have a old Ranger double barrel hammerless double trigger shotgun precision grade 104.3 model# 16 1903R im trying to find parts butt stock an forarm stock an barrels to restore gun.I would suggest that you start your search at Numrich Gun Parts Corp.They may be found on the web.After that I would suggest that you shop any local gun shows(The larger the better) for the parts you need.Good luck in your search.
Who made the 12 gauge Ranger double barrel hammerless shotgun with 32 inch barrels and a patent date of April 20 1915?
Answer I own the same model and it has matching numbers. I couldn't help to notice the marking on the butt plate from Remington. If my memory hasn't failed me it's going to say "Remington Arms Co'. I went and double checked and I was correct. Well unless I learn something else or one of us does a search and orders that patent. The answer likely will be the same. According to my research I…
What is the model number of a take down Savage pump rifle chambered in 22 short long and long rifle with the patent dates Dec 26 1906 June 01 1915 March 25 1916 and April 11 1918.?
Where is the value and model number on J. Stevens A T Company Stevens Favorite 22 Long Rifle with big flip up back site and April 1794 patent serial P751?
I wish I knew the answer to this as well as I have the same gun. The only thing I can offer is that it should be noted that it has an octagonal barrel and a falling block/breech, and most importantly the patent date is April 17, 1894 NOT April 1794. J Stevens A & T was only in business between about 1886 and 1914 approx. this is wreckmaster96739, i have in my possesion a…
If you mean the .22 caliber shotgun barrel, it is spelled Routledge. During the 1930s, mini-skeet programs utilzing small clay targets were promoted by several firms. One such program was offered by the Routledge Manufacturing Co. of Monroe Mich. In April. 1937 Fred Routledge of that firm applied to the US patent Office for a patent on an invention that "relates to training equipment for skill in marksmanship" His patent application noted the use of…
If the date is April 20, it was made by Stevens. If it is June 15, it's an Iver Johnson product. If it's something else, we would need to know what other markings are on the gun to identify the maker, but any utility double barrel is worth from $25 if it's rusted or busted up to $250 if it is in new condition.
Clatonia Joaquin Dorticus was an African American inventor whose inventions include things like: an apparatus for applying a digestive solid to the sides of the soles and heels of shoes (patent # 535,820, March 19, 1895) a machine for embossing photos (patent # 537,442, April 16, 1895) a device photographs (patent # 537,968, April 23, 1895) a leak stopper for hoses (patent # 629,315, July 18, 1899).
Need information on J Stevens 410 double barrel side by side shotgun patented April 20 1915 Does not have a model number Top of the left barrel has 410 gauge stamped on it?
value will depend on condition. also is one of your barrel riffled for accurate slug? is it still operational and accurate? I have a Stevens 1915 410 with one barrel riffled and its in perfect working order, dead accurate, and its in the best condition I have ever seen for that time era. Mines been feeding the family for generations.
Samuel Hopkins was issued US Patent #1 on April 10, 1790. The patent had no official title, but was issued as a letter signed by George Washington. The letter verifies that he "hath discovered an improvement, not known or used before" related to the making of potash, an ingredient used in fertilizer.
Where may you find information regarding a 12 gauge double barrel shotgun patented on April 20 1915 by Riverside Arms Co?
Riverside Arms is a brand name used by the J Stevens Arms Co. on many good quality double barrel shotguns. The value depends on model, gauge, and condition. The values can range from $100 to $1600. Seek professional appraisal from a gunsmith or advanced collector. Information about the J Stevens Arms Co. would apply to Riverside Arms.
Sort of guessing here, but a lot of Stevens hammerless double barrel shotguns have an April (20?) 1915 patent date marked on the receiver even though they may have been made as recently as 1991. If the "J" initial is included in the name marked (there should NOT be a "C"!), we are looking at something made before 1948/49. Any Stevens double in useable condition should bring $150-$250, a little more if like-new or a…
Who invented the Automatic Direction Signal? Frederick E. Voigt of Los Angeles California. The patent application was filed March 16, 1922 serial No. 544,269. The patent was granted April 7, 1925 Pat. No. 1,532,563. Fred Voigt is my great grandfather. He has passed away but I have pictures of the Voigt Automatic directional signal, and copies of his patent.