Apparently there are not even any paper records for Folsom firearms. One researcher claims they were donated to a WWII paper drive.
J. D. Folsom was born on 1984-08-19.
I know there was a Folsom Arms warehouse in Mahwah NJ that was bought out a long time ago and still retains the name Folsom but is now a fishing/tackle corporation
You probably can't as all the manufacturing & importing records for the H & D Folsom Arms Co. and its subsidiary Cresent Arms, who apparently made this firearm, have been either lost or destroyed. The Carolina Arms Co. was the name stamped on firearns by Folsom for the Smith-Wadsworth Hdw. Co. of Charlotte, N.C. The above info. comes from a source that admits that this info. is somewhat foggy.
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H&D Folsom Arms
The New York Arms Co. was a name applied to firearms made by the H & D Folsom/Crescent Arms Co. This organization, Folsom/Cresent Arms, manufactured low cost firearms under a number of different names. You could actually buy the same firearm at a number of different stores with different names on it. H & D Folsom ( of New York, N. Y.) imported low cost firearms and distributed them under various names. Cresent Arms (a manufacture of low cost firearms) of Norwich, Conn. was acquired by the Folsom Co. to be ther manufacturing division. As all the records of this originazation have been long since lost or destroyed it is difficult to tell if the New York Arms trade name was from H & D Folsom (imported) of Cresent Arms ( made in Conn.).
No way to give you an exact answer,due to no records. American Gun was owned by H&D Folsom Arms Co., 314 Broadway, New York City, from about 1893 to 1930. They made a lot of very low priced shotguns for H&D Folsom to market under the American Gun Co. and the Crescent Fire Arms Co. names.
They were purchased by another company
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Folsom Arms Co was a trade name used by H&D Folsom Arms Company (1849 - 1954). These guns were manufactured by Crescent Fire Arms Co (1892-1931). Shotguns marked with this name were also imported from Belgium.
H D Folsom or Crescent.
Stanley firearms was a name applied to firearms imported from Belgian by the H & D Folsom Arms Co. of New York, N.Y.. The Folsom Arms Co. imported & or manufactured low cost firearms under a number of different names. You could actually buy the same firearm at a number of different stores with different names on it. Cresent Arms (a manufacture of low cost firearms) of Norwich, Conn. was acquired by the Folsom Arms Co. to be ther manufacturing division. As all the records of this originazation ( Folsom/ Cresent) have been long since lost or destroyed. Your search for more imfo. is going to be a tough one. Good luck!
Yes, many individuals can tell me the value of an H D Folsom double, but I won't pay attention because I don't have one nor do I anticipate getting one in the future.
Crescent. H&D, Folsom, Browning, Winchester, Remington
Not a lot of information. It was a trade name retailed (I believe) by H&D Folsom of New York City. The guns were made by Crescent, Crescent-Davis, and/or Stevens c. 1890-1940.
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'American Gun Co' was a house brand of the H&D Folsom Co, a major firearm distributor of the late 1800's through the early 20th century. The guns were made by Crescent Firearms, which H&D Folsom bought c.1922. 'American Gun Co of New York' was a house-brand of Crescent before the Folsom takeover and the 'of New York' was dropped afterwards. The whole nine yards was eventually taken over by Savage. Your Victor Ejector would have been made in 1900-1930. email@example.com
Cherokee Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns made for C.M. Mclung and Company of Knoxville, Tennessee. Folsom was a large retail/wholesale sporting goods dealer. The actual manufacturer would be either Crescent Firearms (a subsidiary company of Folsom) or one of several Belgian companies.
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You'll probably have to find a gunsmith who can make your parts. Shotguns marked Baker Gun Co were made in Belgium or by Crescent Fire Arms, Meriden, CT, for H & D Folsom in the early 20th Century.
The Delphian Arms Company was a trade name used by the H.&D. Folsom Company of New York on shotguns they supplied and were sold by the Supplee-Biddle Hardware Company of Philadelphia, Pa. You should research the H&D Folsom company for further information. Folsom owned the Crescent Arms Company who made considerable numbers of low cost shotguns in the latter 19th and early 20th century.
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