It appears your shotgun was made in 1926. As far as the value it depends on the length of the barrels, the overall condition, and any options like engraving. Generally these sell for $500 up to $1500.
your shotgun was made in 1922.
Need a detailed description
depends on condition- $400-$750
Provide detailed description of ALL markings.
$500 to $2000 depending on condition and when it was made.
Hi, I sold a Fox Sterlingworth shotgun for my brother in law, about 4 yrs old, sold for $750. Not sure what gauge, can't remember that far back. It belonged to his Dad.
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Exactly how is the shotgun marked (all markings), and double-check the serial number. email@example.com
Small guage Sterlingworths run easily into four figures.
Blue Book of Gun Values will help.
Your Serial number indicates that your Fox Sterlingworth shotgun was made in the year 1919.It was one of the first 268 shotguns made that year out of a total production of 800 for the year 1919.I hope that you find this informative.
your A H fox Sterlingworth shogun should be marked as far as the gauge is concerned.I would look on the barrels or on the receiver after you take the barrels off.As far as the age of your shotgun is concerned,that can be determined if you supply the serial number of your shotgun.
I appreciate any information you can provide as this was my great grandfather"'s shotgun?
Blue Book of Gun Values
Your Sterlingworth was made in 1923.
How much is a sterlingworth 12 gauge double barrle shot gun serial #101254 in good condition be worth
The Fox sterlingworth was made from 1910-1942 by the company Fox A.H.You mentioned that your shotgun is marked by the savage arms corp.Utica NY.This facility made the Fox Sterlingworth from 1930-1946.There should be a letter prefix that would better help identify the year of manufacture,but you did not list it here in this post.i hope this helps?
depends on the exact model and condition. A Fox Sterlingworth in good condition is about $500.
The AH Fox Sterlingworth 20 gauge side-by-side shotgun is worth about 2500 dollars to about 9000 dollars depending on its condition. Certain barrel and stock styles are more valuable than others.
$500 to $1500 depending on condition.
In good, usable condition, the firearm in question could fetch a good, usable amount of money.