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H&R 1950 410 gauge Deluxe Topper M488 green stock

Discussion in 'The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum' started by roddcook676, May 12, 2009.

  1. roddcook676

    roddcook676 New Member

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    I have a 410 gauge Harrington & Richardson Deluxe Topper M488 from 1950. Very good shape. It has a couple scratches on the chrome part and slight wear and scratches on the green. Can anyone tell me what it might be worth.?
     
  2. b.goforth

    b.goforth New Member

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    MODEL 488 DELUXE TOPPER---------------------1949-1957
    Deluxe Version of the Model 48, Single Barrel, Top Lever Break Open Action, Rebounding Hammer, Self-Adjusting Barrel Latch, Auto-Ejector, Three Piece Take Down (Snap On Forearm), 12, 16, 20 Gauges (2¾ inch Chambers) & 410 Bore (3 inch chamber), Barrel Lengths 28 & 30 inches Choked Full Or Modified, Finish Chrome Frame & Blue Barrel, Hard Rubber Butt-Plate, Butt-Stock Length of Pull 13 ½ inches, Drop: at Comb 1¾ inches at Heel 2½ inches, Weight 5 1/8 to 6 3/8 inches, Overall Lengths 43 & 45 inches. at various times this model was offered with different colored wooden buttstock and fore-arms information below is considered the standard
    1949-1952 Production- Pistol Griped Walnut Butt-Stock & Semi Beaver-Tail Forearm (oil Finished)
    1953-1957 Production- Pistol griped Black Lacquered Butt Stock and Semi Beaver-tailed forearm
    410 Bore only with Ventilated Recoil Pad
    VALUE: 100%=$195 60%=$95

    bill