JANSSEN Fils & Cie LIEGE street Lambert le bègue, 4 then street St Gilles, 87 was rested by Joseph JANSSEN (Bench of test of Liege 1865/1897). This firm evolved in time by changing several times of corporate name, that is to say: JANSSEN Fils & Co (bench of tests of LIEGE 1895 - 1937) and rue Lambert Le bègue, 4 to LIEGE.. Etablissements JANSSEN Fils & Co S.A. (bench of tests of LIEGE 1937 - 1951) to LIEGE rue St Gilles,87. Fabrique d'Armes JANSSEN Fils & Co S.A. (bench of tests of LIEGE 1951 to 1954) rue St Gilles, 87 to LIEGE. This company deposited various trademarks of which: JF&C -CAMELLO - HANOVER ARMS Co - NITRO-STEEL - COLONIA LIEGE- ACIER PYROXYLE - JANSSEN SONS & Co - SOUTHERN ARMS Co - COSMOPOLITE.
Most like a utility grade store brand shotgun made at the turn of the century or there about. Try internet searches, the library, gun shows, gun shops.
Keep doing internet searches. Try the gunpartscorp.com they may have something
Bail38@aol.com I am asking anyone if they can tell me the value of my H.S.B. company double barreled shotgun with a brown finish and has a rooster with exposed hammers and has a rooster accompanied with H.S. and B company chicargo?
To find hammers for old rabbit ear shotguns check with Dixie Gun Works
American Gun Co was a house brand of H&D Folsom Sporting Goods in New York City and also sold through Sears Roebuck catalogs. Manufactured in Belgium and by Folsom's subsidiary company, Crescent Fire Arms in Norwich, CT, c. 1890-1930. With outside hammers, it was probably made before c. 1905. Look under the barrels for a proofmark of an oval with ELG and a star inside. If it is there, the gun was made in Belgium. If there is a crown over the oval, it was made after 1893.
THE NICKel PLATING IS PROBABLY AFTERMARKET, BELGIUM WAS KNOWN FOR HUNDREdS OF DIFFERENT MAKES OF GUNS. THE EXPOSED HAMMERS DO INDICATE A BEFORE 1950 ERA.IF THERE IS NO MAKERS NAME VISiBLE YOU'Re LOOKING AT $100 TO $150 MAX
This would have been made by H. Pieper or Anciens Etablissments Pieper in Leige, Belgium, sometime between 1890 and 1914 for Shapleigh Hardware Stores. Value will range from $150 if it is still useable to maybe $250 if it is still like-new.
Wilmot Gun Co was a trade name sold in the US, but the actual manufacturer was Henri Pieper or Anciens Etablissments Pieper(1877-1957) in Belgium. With damascus barrels and external hammers, the gun was probably made c 1885-1900.
Your gun was made by the Dumoulin firm in Belgium between 1885 and 1905. Value will be under $250.
hammers and more hammers
If you have an American Gun Company, New York then the gun is not stainless steel. It was made by Crescent Firearms Co. of Norwich, Conn and distributed by the H&D Folsom Co. They were produced with damascus barrels as well as fluid steel (solid) barrels of various lengths and chokes, with and without external hammers.
a hammer is a tool that you use when you have to put a nail into a wallANS 2 -There are all kinds of hammers and they are far more versatile than for simply putting a nail in a wall. There are mechanics ball peen hammers, soft face hammers, dead blow hammers, mini and full size sledge hammers, carpenters claw hammers, framers claw hammers, nail fit claw hammers, auto body hammers and quite possible many more.
They didn’t have hammers.
Hammers were used by the stone masons to make the locks. The diggers did not use hammers.
the boxes that have silhouettes of hammers in them give you the golden hammers to break open other boxes
Value is as a decorator piece only - not safe to fire with modern ammunition. $200 in top condition. email@example.com
yes they did use hammers
Yes they did use hammers then.
Michael Hammers was born in 1965.
Alwin Hammers was born in 1942.
Antone Hammers is 5' 9".
Alabama Hammers was created in 2010.
What is the value of a H Pieper double barrel shotgun and hiory All it says on the gun is h pieper Belgium's has two hammers...?it in 12ga 32/40
If it also says Norwich Conn, it was manufactured by Crescent Fire Arms, c. 1890-1930 (with open hammers, probably before 1910). If not, then by Simonis, Janssen & Dumoulin in Belgium c. 1884-1905. A Belgian gun will also carry the proofmark of ELG* in an oval and if there is a crown over this mark, it was made after 1893.