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Here is Ron Gabel's answer to question number 5086

Question:

I have a Clark & Sneider 12 ga. SxS No. 151 , apparently made in Baltimore, Md.,side plates with exposed hammers,totally engraved reciever, under barrels on the reciever is this: Pat. 68 74 , C.E. Snieders. Will gladly donate for any info as to value or anything else. Is in approx; 70% condition. Thanks Tom Reppert

Answer:

You are correct that Clark & Sneider shotguns were made in Baltimore MD from 1873 to 1882. I would suspect if original and 70% its value would be $600 to $800. Sneider's name was Charles E. Sneider.

Submitted By: thomas reppert On: 11/17/2003 11:28:53 AM

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