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I know these were made between 1909-1919. And they cost $16.00!! Thank you
Assuming DOM 1915, adjusted for inflation, $19.00 is equal to $557.27 in 2022 dollars.

Oops, $16.00 = 469.28 in 2022 bux.
 

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No idea what it's worth but I would not sell it if I had it . Any .410 double is gonna be worth some good money .
 
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Looks like a CRESCENT some.
The checkering pattern and the fore end Iron looks real similar.
I will try to post some pics of my 12 gauge hammer Crescent later to day.
 
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I found this. Some good info.

 
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No idea of what it is worth. Nowadays someone is always looking for something. Good example - Marlin. I have been telling by hunting friends for 40 odd years they were the best deal out there. Anyways back to your sxs. I think its a keeper if your into doubles. A couple years ago me and my bird hunting buddies put our o/u's away and went to sxs's. Maybe just a good reason to purchase another line of guns, some to shoot some to hang on the wall. Yours is a beauty worth keeping.
 
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