sears roebuck and company
Check the receiver and barrel.
J. C. Higgins was not a manufacturer. J. C. Higgins was a tade name used by Sears Roebuck & Co.
1952 by High Standard for sears& Roebuck
The value of the 410 Sears and Roebuck JC Higgins Model 101 shotgun varies greatly with its condition. In excellent condition the gun retails for about 250 dollars or so.
I could be wrong, but I believe it was Sears/Roebuck.
1945 built by Harrington and Richardson for High Standard who sold them to Sears and Roebuck
Unfortunetly not. A functional gun in decent shape brings about $150-200.
The JC Higgins583. is a High Standard. If it was manufactured after 1968, the serial number should be on the side of the receiver. If it was made before 1968, it may not have a serial number.
on the receiver Serial numbers were not required on longarms prior to 1969 and most of the manufacturers of utility and 'catalog store' guns did not use them.
I bought one when I was in High School in 1947 or 1948
what year was jc Higgins sears and roebuck model 20 12 gauge 583.60 made
what is the model 101.7 in 20 gauge worth
1945 Made by H&R for High Standard / Sears & roebuck
A J.C. Higgins Sears Roebuck 16 gauge bolt action shotgun is valued at between $100 and $150 in good condition. A parts gun is worth $30.
410 is not a gauge. 410ga
Most J.C. Higgins will sell for under $300. As for serial numbers, I can't find a serial on my 583.55, so I'm going to assume they weren't numbered.
High Standard. http://www.histandard.info/PDF/Sears%20Shotguns.pdf
numrich gun parst e-gunparts.com this is a complet book on parts and prices.
I believe that your Sears shotgun is a Winchester model 37A shotgun that was made for Sears Roebuck And Co,.
A 1953 JC Higgins shotgun 12 gauge model 20 pump is values at about $150. It was sold by Sears Roebuck.
It depends on the the number of barrels, year, model, condition and serial number.