Some Enders Royal Service shotguns are Crescent Model 60's marked with Shapleigh Hardware's trade name, but some were made by other manufacturers.
Lender's royal service # 117709
Enders Royal Service shotguns were distributed by HD Folsom to the hardware trade from c.1890-1920. They were imported from Belgium (will have proofmarks) and made domestically by at least two different manufacturers.
Have it examined by a competent gunsmith
Possibly Enders Royal Service? Blue, Hound, Whistler are a few others
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The "Enders Royal" name is associated with Shapleigh Hardware of St Louis, and Crescent was one of the several manufacturers. "Cannon Breech-Simmons Hardware Co" is found on single shot guns made by J. Stevens Arms Co. But I cannot locate any information that indicates a shotgun was made with both of these trade names.
try www.e-gunparts.com or www.gunbroker.com you may have some luck there.
Enders Royal American was a brand name placed on shotguns manufactured by the Crescent Firearms Company for sale by catalog/hardware stores. You might check under the barrels for Belgian proofs as well. These guns were made before World War I and typically should not be used with modern ammunition.
Not readily. You'll find that parts will need to repaired or made by a gunsmith.
Crescent, and the successor company, H&D Folsom, used over a hundred different names. However, THAT name is not one that shows up in my references. Royal Western was a high grade shotgun- and many companies used similar names to cash in on their name. Like Barker, instead of Parker.
Probably because everyone copied the list trade names on their web pages from the back of the Standard Catalog and it isn't there. The Catalog only lists 2 Enders model names, but Vorisek's Shotgun Markings - 1865-1940 lists 13, including the Royal American which was a Crescent Model 60. All were marked for Shapleigh Hardware of St Louis.
Depending on the condition of the firearm. It could fetch as much as one hundred seventy five dollars in great shape, or as little as fifty dollars in poor condition.
Enders Special Service & Enders Royal Service along with Enders Oakleaf were made by Crescent Fire Arms Co. for Shapleigh Hardware Co. of St Louis, MO in the early 1900's. It is not a rare gun nor expensive. Perhaps $200 if in good condition.
Depending on condition, $50-$125.
The value of a Simmons Royal double-barrel 12 gauge shotgun varies by its condition.
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Enders Royal Service shotguns were made by Cresent Fire Arms Co. for Shapleigh Hwr. Co. of St. Louis. Cresent Fire Arms was in business , I believe, fron the 1890's until the mid 1930's. All the records for this Co. have long since been either lost or destroyed. No idea what the K R Winchell stands for.
The value of a Simmons Royal 16 gauge double barrel shotgun depends on a number of factors. Most important being the age and condition of the shotgun.
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