Crescent Arms was located in Norwich, Connecticut, from 1892 until 1932. The company was owned by H&D Folsom Sporting Goods of New York from 1893 until 1931 when it was purchased by Stevens/Savage. Although your gun may be priceless to you as a family heirloom, it is not a rare collectible and a similar shotgun new with a warrantee can be purchased for less than $100, so it is worth very little.
Do you mean a 1932 Victor Ejector model? Do you mean a 1932 Victor Ejector model?
Typical Crescent single-barrel shotgun. I have a good supply of parts. email@example.com
how much is a gauge victor ejector shotgun worth
No new parts would be available, but a competent gunsmith could probably make one.
go to gunstocksinc.com then look under misc. shotguns the fore arms are $25.00 i just ordered one myself
It would be somewhere between 1893 and 1930.
These single-barrel Crescent shotguns range from < $50 as a parts gun, to maybe $100 if in excellent shape.
Recent auction show any where from $60 - 75.00 based on the condition.
victor ejector 12 ga break action
Manufactured by Crescent Fire Arms, sold by Montgomery Ward.
The value of the gun depends a lot on the condition. A Columbia Arms Shotgun ejector model could be anywhere from $100 to $1,800.
I can't help with the "number 135" designation, but Crescent Arms Co. .410 shotguns can range in value from almost nothing (for a utility single shot model with exposed hammer in poor condition) to over $1,000 for a Crescent Certified Shotgun or New Empire in perfect condition (these have factory 12 1/2" barrels and are SUBJECT TO ATF III ATF REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS (and seizure if currently unregistered). Finally, if it is a 12" Victor Ejector, extreme rarity prevents any price estimate. Assuming you have a standard side-by-side, values can exceed $400 for 100% condition guns (with premiums for exposed hammers and/or sidelock actions).
Victor shotguns were made by crescent firearms from 1904 to 1920. You can assume your shotgun is at least 90 +/- years old.
They were made by Crescent Firearms, and value would be under $100 even in excellent condition. firstname.lastname@example.org
the Victor line of shotguns were made by Crescent Firearms Company, circa 1904-1920 Crescent was a sub contractor for many different shotgun distributors........... Crescent firearms were not high on collectors list..................
Around 1892 Crescent firearms manufactured shotguns under a variety of names. In 1930 H & D Folsom Arms sold their Crescent Fire Arms company to Savage Arms and Savage combined Crescent with Davis Warner Arms Corp., as Crescent-Davis Arms Corporation. Your shotguns value, in good condition, is about $150.
I have a complete 90% Crescent 12 ga 100,00 yours..
nitro hunter shotgun single barrel with exposed hammer stamped belknap hdwre and mfg serial 5516
Best left to the factory trained techs in MO
Circa 1890-1930. Would have to have more information to get closer. email@example.com
Low cost, utility grade; made @ turn of the century