Actually manufactured by Crescent Firearms. Parts might be found by checking some of the major used parts dealers.
Seldom exceed 100 USD
Just type"Mississippi Valley Arms shotgun" into a search engine and you will receive several results.
Single shot = $35 - $90. Double barrel = $100 - $250.
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ARMS CO was a tradename used by Shapleigh Hardware of St. Louis on shotguns made by Crescent Fire Arms Company, 1893-1930. A .410 would be unlikely to have been made by Crescent before WWI. 1903
Manufactured by Crescent Fire Arms, W.H. Davenport Arms Co, or J. Stevens Arms Co for Shapleigh Hardware Co, St Louis, Missouri, sometime between about 1890 and 1950.
Wall Hanger to 125 USD or so. No published sn data.
$50 - $75, depending on condition. Even less if broken or rusted. A little more if like new.
While there are several gun manufacturer\'s that offer serial numbers on their shotguns, unfortunately the Mississippi Valley Arms Co. does not. The year and gauge of the gun would depend on when it was manufactured. For example, Mississippi Valley had numerous shotguns produced by a subsidiary company called Crescent Firearms, while many were imported from Belgium.
It is only worth what someone else is willing to pay you for it.
Mississippi Valley Arms Company: Trade name by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Shapleigh Hardware Company of St. Louis, Missouri. Folsom was a wholesale/retail company and the guns were manufactured by their subsidiary company, Crescent Firearms of Meriden, CT, or by various Belgian makers.
50-100 or so
@ turn of the century.
No sn data. 10-100 USD or so
Coat of Arms of Mississippi was created in 1894.
50-100 USD or so
SINCE YOUR GUN WAS MADE BY CRESCENT ,IT HAD TO HAVE BEEN MANUFACTURED FROM 1889 TO 1926 ,1926 IS WHEN SAVAGE TOOK OVER CRESCENT. Mississippi Valley Arms was a trade name distributed by Shapleigh Hardware Co of St LouisThey Were made by W.H. Davenport Arms Co (1891-1910), Crescent Fire Arms (1892-1930), and J. Stevens Arms (1930-1948).
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Mississippi Valley Arms Company: Trade name by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on firearms made for the Shapleigh Hardware Company of St. Louis, Missouri. Folsom was a sporting goods wholesale/retail business in New York City. The actual manufacturer of a hammerless double would be their subsidiary company, Crescent Firearms, Norwich, CT, between 1907 and 1930.
Depending on which parts, they may need to be made.
This was a trade name distributed by Shapleigh Hardware of St Louis on shotguns made by Crescent Fire Arms (1892-1931) and J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company (1886-1916).
Ohio Valley Arms shotguns were called trade name shotguns and were made by Crescent Arms. Crescent arms made guns from 1892 to 1931 and would put anyones company name on the gun if they purchased at least 12 of them and paid for the die with their name on it.
Trade name sold by Shapleigh Hardware of St Louis. Manufacturers included W H Davenport Arms (1880-1910), Crescent Fire Arms (1893-1930), and J. Stevens Arms Co (1920-1940's).
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Kits were made by Connecticut Valley Arms Otherwise known as CVA