Made through the late 1940's - mid 1950's. Value under $100.
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Harrington & Richardson (H&R) the maker of the Topper shotgun, was located in Worcester Mass.
$50-$100, depending on condition.
They sell new for $125.00
The Harrington Richardson Topper 12-gauge model 88 shotgun is not worth a lot of money. There are quite a few for sale online for $75 to $125 depending on the condition. This is a pretty basic gun with no pizazz.
Late 60's to mid 90's
Topper is a brand name of a line of basic single-shot shotguns made by Harrington & Richardson. H&R is owned by Marlin Firearms Company.
Harrington & Richardson used the Prefix AT in 1983.
Since you do not say, whether your Harrington & Richardson is a pistol, rifle or shotgun and you do not show a letter prefix to the serial number, I can only give you limited information based on a Model 48 Topper Single Shot Shotgun which was manufactured for a period of 14 years between 1943 and 1956. I hope this helps, until you can supply more information on your shotgun.
100 USD or so
$100 to $110 in excellent shape
Since it has a serial number, it was made after 1968. They were made at least through the 1990's, but I know of no source of serial number dating info for recent H&R guns. * Harrington & Richardson manufactured the shotgun in 1974.
Depending on condition, $75-$125.
50-150 USD or so
up to 100 USD
In 100% condition, $100-$125.
Right around 100 dollars. But a gun is only worth as much as the individual wants to pay for it
Depends on what it is choked.
50-100 USD or so
$60-90, depending on condition.
In really nice shape, about $125.