As I remember, High Standard made most of the rimfire revolvers that I saw in the Sears catalogs of the day. That would be in the early to mid sixties, I guess. They had quite a variety. I hope that helps some, anyway. However, there might well have been other manufacturers whose handguns were listed as well. If it was a nine shot, and it was assembled with pins instead of screws, it was quite possibly made by High Standard. I can't recall if they called themselves Hi Standard or not. High Standard did indeed manufacture the Sears provate labebed J. C Higgins revolvers see www.histandard.info The serial number vs data shipped chart at www.histaddnard.info is appropriate for dating youe revolver.
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It is a Stevens Model 250A, made by them for Sears, using the Sears J.C. Higgins trade name.
your J C Higgins model 90 was based the J C Higgins model 88 and is some what harder to find model a model 90 in NRA excellent condition is worth between 125.00 and 175 .00 the model 90 was made from 1958 to 1962 by High Standard manufacturing for Sears
Hi Standard made the Model 20 J.C. Higgins for Sears
Sears' JC Higgins Model 25 is the High Standard model A1041 .22 auto
Sometime between ABOUT 1955 and 1980. Wish we could be more specific, but your High Standard Sentinel revolver (made for Sears) has not been catalogued, and that is not the serial number- that is the model number used by Sears.
The JC Higgins Model 31 rifle was manufactured for Sears and Roebuck by Hi Standard.
The JC Higgins Model 30 was made by High Standard for Sears from 1950-1953.
No sn data available.
The 583.991 is the Sears identification. The 583 indicates that High Standard was the suppplier to Sears; the 991 indicates the model and its variation. The serial number is on the other side, above the trigger guard.
The JC Higgins Model 45 is simply the Marlin Model 336C as made for Sears. The base gun is still in production, although Sears is no longer in the gun business. www.countrygunsmith.net