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Bridge Black Prince Shotgun

Discussion in 'The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum' started by CountryGunsmith, Feb 26, 2003.

  1. CountryGunsmith

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    greenbf1
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    (6/28/02 4:19:25 pm)
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    I have a 20 ga. single shot shotgun that I am told my grandfather bought used in 1925. The metal parts are shiny silver and the wood parts are black. The only markings on the gun are Bridge Gun Company, Black Prince. It is in fair condition as it needs some refinishing. Does anyone have an idea of its value?

    Tac401
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    (6/28/02 5:28:36 pm)
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    Welcome greenbf1!

    This is one that Doc or one of the others will
    need to respond to, someone will be along
    shortly to try and help you out.

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    AntiqueDr
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    (6/28/02 8:33:29 pm)
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    Yes, welcome.

    Your gun is one of the many zillions of 'hardware-store' guns made by a handful of companies in the late 19th and early 20th century. In top shape, it would not make $100. In the condition you describe less than half that.

    I have several old singles that I am going to be listing soon (White Powder Wonder, etc) starting at $20 each, as an example.