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Here is Ron Gabel's answer to question number 5560

Question:

i would like to know the approximate value of an 1896 Keystone 12 gauge single barrel shotgun, in fair condition? Thank you-

Answer:

Keystone shotguns were made for E.K. Tryon Jr and Co. in Philadelphia PA who were in business from 1868 to 1905. The shotguns are of little collector value.

Submitted By: robert ruffino On: 1/12/2004 11:11:37 AM

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