The name American Gun Company was a trade mark of the Cresent Firearms Company.This company was in business from 1888-1931.The double barrel shotguns of this company were started in the year 1891.The Knickerbocker shotgun was started during the 1900,s.The knickerbocker shotguns were of a barrel length of 14 inches and chambered in 20 gauge.The barrels should be of nickel finish.A case hardened receiver,and pistol grip stock.
Double barreled shotguns are manufactured in several countries.
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With double triggers YES
From 1895 to 1902
An springfeild 1858
New empire was one of the miriad of brand names used by the Crescent Fire Arms Company of Norwich, Ct. between 1892 and about 1922. They manufactured good quality, inexpensive single and double barrel shotguns for field use.
Cornell Firearms Company was a trade name used by Hopkins and Allen Arms Company on hammerless shotguns. They made these shotguns from 1902 to 1916.
UGARTACHEA FALCON shotguns were imported in the 1970's and are typically resold in the $350 range.
This name was put on shotguns by Crescent Fire Arms Co, Davis-Warner Arms Corp., and also by at least one unidentified Belgian maker for Spear and Company.
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1880s to 1940s
It is worth as much as you can get. Most BB shotguns "wallhangers"and such are $100.00 and up.
I have two 1878 Jas Parker & Sons double barrel shotguns.
ya ain't gunna get one
Turn of the century + a few decades.
1829 to 1869
Some brands of the double barrel shot guns includes, Stoeger, Remington and Winchester. The price for the double barrel shot gun can range from over $1000, depending on the collection.
The company is out of business. The gun could be worth 200 to 300 dollars depending on the condition of the gun.
It's probably a Browning. That's the only popular company for double-barrelled shotguns that use a stag on their emblem, that i can think of.
George Worthington was a hardware store in Cleveland, Ohio, from about 1890 to 1935. Single barrel shotguns were marked with his name by Crescent Arms Co and double barrel shotguns by J. Stevens Arms Co.
A Frenchman named Henri Double. His last name was pronounced 'Dooblay', so to be accurate you should always refer to double barrel shotguns as dooblay barreled guns.