It appears that this is a High Standard Flight King (1960-63) or Sport King (1964-73). Blue Book lists the value for this gun with the High Standard name from $100 with 60% original finish up to $156 with 100%. The Sears trade name will deduct about 25% from the value.Answerwww.histandard.info
Probably in the late 1950's before High Standard made shotugns with the High Stadanrd name. Teh Flite King shotgun did evolve frm the Model 20's and 21's I don't believve there eas a Sport King brabded High Standard shotgun.
There will probably be a two letter assembly date code on this late a model 20
The JC Higgins Model 31 rifle was manufactured for Sears and Roebuck by Hi Standard.
The J.C. Higgins Model 33 was manufactured by the High Standard company.
The J.C. Higgins Model 43 was manufactured by Marlin Firearms. It is the same as the marlin Model 83 Blackhawk_45 The J.C. Higgins Model 43 was manufactured by Marlin Firearms. It is the same as the marlin Model 83 Blackhawk_45
when was the j. c. Higgins model 41 serial number 103,19780 manufactured
It is a Stevens Model 250A, made by them for Sears, using the Sears J.C. Higgins trade name.
I belive that Remington made alot of the jc Higgins guns, but I would have to see it to be sure
The Model 85, .22 LR, 10 rd., semi-automatic pistol was manufactured by the French company best known in this country as Unique. It was marketed elswhere (Europe?) as the Corsair.
High Standard http://www.histandard.info/PDF/Sears%20Rifles.pdf
1958 to 1961
J.C. Higgins model 153.17 shotguns were manufactured in the 1950's, making them approximately 60 years old. The price can range from $50 to $300 depending on the item condition.
J.C. Higgins was a brand name for Sears and many manufacturers made them. You would have to provide the model number. Go to proofhouse.com and look at the store brands list.
Cross reference it to a manufacturer's model (proofhouse.com has a good list) then look up that model in the Blue Book or Standard Catalog of Firearms.
AnswerJ.C Higgins Model 29 was manufactured for Sears by Hi Standard:Not all J C Higgins were made by Hi Standard, but this model was.Marlin, Winchester, Browning and Savage also made guns for Sears.
Proofhouse.com has a store brand chart that might help.
You can find information on when these guns were manufactured on OldGuns.net.
yes 583 1 is the first J C Higgins shotgun model and yes it is 12 gauge .It was manufactured by Harrington & Richardson for Sears in 1945
Made by Savage/Stevens and is basically the same as the Savage Springfield Model 18.
The JC Higgins trade name was used by Sears Roebuck from the mid 1940s to the early 1970s. The 583.17 was manufactured by High Standard, but did not have an equivalent model under the HS trademark.
Introduced about 1956 and continued for a few years until the model 11 was introduced. Value depends on condition which you did not specify. Tens of thousands model 10's were manufactured.
you will need model name.
Stevens made jc Higgins shotguns ,the model 311 interchanges with the jc Higgins
Sears' JC Higgins Model 25 is the High Standard model A1041 .22 auto