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I know it was made by Crescent for Sears in the late 1900s, but that is the limit of my knowledge on this shotgun. The doubles were made in Belgium An sold thru Sears Roebuck.
I was not aware that T Barker was a name used by Crescent, How did you arrive at this conclusion. Barker New York : (if a side lock hammerless double with no foreign proofs) made by Crescent T. [The following is an excerpt from my recently published [i]The Shotgun Encyclopedia[d] (2000, Safari Press) that may help identify an heirloom.] H.∓ D Folsom was located at 312-14 Broadway, New York, N.
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chat elita command list chat with elita commands list chat with elita commands chat with elita command new all notepad commands list ... Check forproof marks and you can tell if it is infact a Crescent. Value is to depending on condition and originallity. Bushrod Here's what I have on Barkers and T Barkers Barker: used by H. Barker - made by Iver Johnson for, Baker, hamilton, & Pacific Co., San Francisco, Co T. Crescent made shotguns for many, many companies under many names. Y., and imported and distributed firearms from about 1890 to 1930. The Crescent/Folsom agent in Belgium, at least through 1914, was Louis Muller of Liege, Belgium. Barker : with Belgian markings were made by Theate Freres, a Belgium gun maker from 1907 to 1950. At some point they merged with Crescent-Davis, and were finally sold in 1954 to Universal Tackle and Sporting Goods Co. Franklin, Harrison Arms Co., Hartford Arms Co., Harvard, Henry Gun Co., Hermitage Arms Co., Hermitage Gun Co., Howard Arms Co., Hummer, Interstate Arms Co., Jackson Arms Co., Kingsland Special, Kingsland 10 Star, Knickerbocker, Knox-All, Lakeside, J. Lau ∓ Co., Leader Gun Co., Lee Special, Lee's Munner Special, Leige Arms Co., J. Muller may have actually been in the employ of Folsom as he registered the Crescent trade marks in Belgium. The earliest shotgun made by Crescent was a side hammer single gun that was basically a continuation of the shotguns the Bacon Arms Co. This shotgun, as made by Crescent, was made in three types: First Type: Shotguns assembled from old Bacon parts and not marked with the Crescent name. Everything I've come across on the single barrels is Iver Johnson manufacture but with all these old trade guns nothing is marked in stone. Far from complete, the following list includes brand and trade names of Crescent-made and Folsom-imported shotguns: American Gun Co., Bacon Arms, Baker Gun Co., T. Manton ∓ Co., Marshwood, Massachusetts Arms Co., Metropolitan, Minnesota Arms Co., Mississippi Valley Arms Co., Mohawk, Monitor, Wm. Vernon Arms Co., National Arms Co., New Rival, New York Arms Co., Nitro Bird, Nitro Hunter, Norwich Arms Co., Not-Nac Manufacturing Co., Oxford Arms Co., C. These shotguns were made until late 1892 or early 1893. This shotgun was made until the end of 1895 or early 1896. This gun was a slightly altered version of the MODEL 4. Here is some info in Crescent and some of their trade names. Prime among the shotguns readers and members inquire about are those made by two long- defunct, companies: Crescent Fire Arms Company once located in Norwalk, Conn., and H.∓ D. From 1888 to 1899, Crescent made shotguns on its own. Barker (for Sears), Carolina Arms Co., Central Arms Co., Cherokee Arms Co., Chesapeake Gun Co., Compeer, Cruso, Cumberland Arms Co., Elgin Arms Co., Elmira Arms Co., Empire Arms Co., Enders Oak Leaf, Enders Royal Service, Essex, Faultless, The Field, F. Parker ∓ Co., Peerless, Perfection, Piedmont, Pioneer Arms Co., Quail, Queen City, Rev-O-Noc, W. He then formed an alliance with Frank Foster, and borrowed enough money to form the Crescent Fire Arms Company. Second Type: Called the MODEL 4 SIDEHAMMER by Crescent. The changes that were made were done to simplify production even further. As far as is known, all three types were made in 12 gauge only with either 30" or 32" Twist steel barrel. Adventure (1) - Addition (16) - Adventure (2068) - Adventures (1) - Advergames (562) - Agility (31) - Aim (20) - Aiming (16) - Aircraft (400) - Al Qaeda (7) - Alice (1) - Alice In Wonderland (1) - Alien (369) - Aliens (13) - American Football (1) - Android Game (16) - Angry Gran (1) - Animal (2515) - Animals (22) - Ant (34) - Arcade (1439) - Archery (2) - Arena (4) - Arkanoid (91) - Army (194) - Arrow (2) - Artillery (1) - Asteroids (38) - Athletics (5) - Attack (3) - Atv (11) - Avoid (18) - Baby (29) - Balance (124) - Balancing (233) - Ball (897) - Balloons (156) - Bananas (29) - Baseball (63) - Basketball (121) - Battle (10) - Battle.