Double barreled shotguns are manufactured in several countries.
The shotguns were manufactured by Ithaca from 1921 through 1947. Yours was manufactured in 1928.
Crescent Fire Arms Co. and Crescent-Davis Arms Corp. They made the gun with only Smithsonian stamped on it in both single & double barrel and in several gauges
New empire was one of the miriad of brand names used by the Crescent Fire Arms Company of Norwich, Ct. between 1892 and about 1922. They manufactured good quality, inexpensive single and double barrel shotguns for field use.
With double triggers YES
From 1895 to 1902
An springfeild 1858
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1880s to 1940s
I have two 1878 Jas Parker & Sons double barrel shotguns.
Vulcan was a trade name used by the Edward K. Tryon Company of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. These guns were manufactured by Crescent Firearms c. 1893-1930.
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Turn of the century + a few decades.
1829 to 1869
Some brands of the double barrel shot guns includes, Stoeger, Remington and Winchester. The price for the double barrel shot gun can range from over $1000, depending on the collection.
Double barrel shotguns manufactured by Crescent Fire Arms and single shots by W.H. Davenport Firearms for Wallace hardware, Morristown, Indiana, c. 1900.
In the 1960s Habicht contracted with a spanish shotgun maker to make s/s shotguns to be sold in Germany under the Habicht name. The shotguns were of good quality generally 12 ga. The guns were engraved had pistol grips and were hand checkered. The forend was a beaver tail and also hand checkered the stocks generally had a raised cheek piece. The gun had a side lock and was double triggered. Closest match today would be the Aya. Look at the proof marks on the barrel for the spanish manufactured shotguns will have Spanish proof marks.
George Worthington was a hardware store in Cleveland, Ohio, from about 1890 to 1935. Single barrel shotguns were marked with his name by Crescent Arms Co and double barrel shotguns by J. Stevens Arms Co.
not sure when they were manufactured, the two i know of, neither one has serial numbers. so pre 64. one I'm trying to buy is a double barrel 12. sorry i didn't have anymore info.
Spanish-made shotgun imported between 1986-2000. Decent entry level side-by-side.
A Frenchman named Henri Double. His last name was pronounced 'Dooblay', so to be accurate you should always refer to double barrel shotguns as dooblay barreled guns.
Not clear on the question. There are no lever action double-barrel shotguns. There was a 'LeFever' in a few different variations, is that what you have? firstname.lastname@example.org