I don't think Stevens was using the Riverside name as early as 1903 but they probably were still using that patent date into the 1930's. If the gun has fluid steel barrels, it could still be a hunter's gun but the rabbit ears attract Cowboy Action Shooters and interior decorators. Any of these groups will pay $100 to $250 depending on condition.
If this is the model 215, the barrels are steel.
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.
i have a double barral mad on feb 10 1914 what is it worth
i have the sme gun what is it worth?
What is my 12 gauge dated oct 20 1915 from riverside arms in Chicopee mass. Worth. Number 48780.
Seldom exceed 125 USD
Your Iver Johnson double barrel shotgun can be dated by the words hammer forged.This places production from 1936-1941.these were well made mass produced field grade shotguns of high quality.
i have an old 12 gauge double from j Stevens a & t company and it is hand stamped 33 on the barrels receiver and the brace underneath barrels and we dated it back to 1880's
The dual dated Eisenhower dollars are face value only.
If a single shot, about $50 retail. A double barrel may go for as much as $400 if it is in almost new condition, but probably half that if it is still functional but worn.
Impossible to answer without the serial number.
They are not typically dated. Most of them made before 1968 will not have a serial number. Since then, it is required by law (in the US). You can date it by the serial number and referencing several charts in manuals and online. Older ones are usually dated by either proof marks or specific style components.