In my opinion, nothing special. Crescent make many shotguns for various companys and hardware stores in the early years
Crescent single shots will sell for around $100 in excellent condition. firstname.lastname@example.org
Highly unlikely you will find any. Getting them made will probably cost more than the shotgun is worth.
Various manufacturers, primarily Crescent Firearms and J. Stevens Arms.
My Worthington Special 12 ga. has "1929 model" stamped right on the barrel
Yes. Trade name used by Crescent for a shotgun they made.
It was made by Crescent arms, but could be a J Stevens Arms , as Crescent was bought out about that time. There is a wealth of information by Nick Niles in the Gun Digest book of Guns and Prices 2005 Edition, ISBN #0-89689-324-3 and library of congress # 2005906853 Models, prices, and history. Also acomplete listofALL the names associated with Crescent F.A. Co
A firearm chambered to fire 38 special ammunition
We are going to need to adjust your question!First the number supplied is the serial number ,not the model number.Second,winchester did not make any models in .38 special caliber.Third,in order to answer your question correctly we will need the maker of the firearm,the type(rifle,shotgun,handgun,etc.)the markings found on the firearm,and the caliber markings.
It will require the services of a company that holds a Federal Firearms license as an IMPORTER of firearms. This is similar to a dealers license, but specifically for importing firearms. To be blunt, unless it is a very special firearm to you, it will likely cost more than the shotgun is worth.
Trade name made by Crescent Firearms, Norwich, CT, and marketed through H&D Folsom, New York. Value is between $100 and $250, depending on condition.