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Here is Ron Gabel's answer to question number 5082

Question:

Hi Ron, I have a single shot 30 30 rifle with and a interchangeable single shot 20 gauge barrel. The firearm has a gold trigger and hammer. It has a picture of a buffalo stamped on the side plate. It has the word Buffalo stamped under the piture. It also has Edward K Tryon Phila Penn stamped on the side plate. DO you have any information on this riffle and what the value of it might be. Thanks ED

Answer:

The Edward K. Tryon company was incorporated in Philadelphia in 1904. The old Tryon store run by Edward K. Tryon Jr. & Co. from 1868 to 1905 was famous for its large "Golden Buffalo" sign. Your shotgun rifle combination was named after the famous Tryon Buffalo.

Submitted By: Edward Hodacz On: 11/16/2003 11:10:58 AM

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