WTS/WTT OR 1901 Parker Brothers Model GH 12g

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  1. devossc

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    Its gone to a better home now, one that understands her. Thanks again jeff

    Hello all i have a Not mint nor poor condition but something in the middle Parker Brothers Model Gh 12g side by side. The furniture is beautiful and very very nice, the metal has some casing still on it and in general a beautiful shotgun.

    I have seen prices upwards near $9,000 in mint and down to $1000 in poor on these. I am open to trades of modern firearms as im not a collector. this is a deceased family members from a couple generations back, but im just not into firearms i wont use.
    Im going to ask $2000 cash OBO , trades would have to be equal if i really like it to greater in value.
    Portland area but obviously since its a long gun Washington is fine too and possibly shipping if needed to other states.

    Heres a bunch of pictures . If someone knows these really well, please PM me with any other info you can share. I just know they were pretty high-grade shotguns of the time.:)
    And if im off on price, either too high or too low send me a PM and tell me why , these arent something i know a ton about, but have a legit reason is all i ask. I did take this to a couple of semi experts shops and got told it was in pretty decent condition, so thats why i know its not in Poor or Mint condition.:eek:

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    Barrel length?
    chokes?
     
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    length is 30 inches long, and no chokes. I'm not sure how available chokes were in 1901 LOL, but no It doesn't have any in the barrels.
     
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    It should have "fixed" chokes ... Look near the chamber on the bottom of the barrel , they are ususlly marked there
    Andy
     
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    Nice GH.
    Frame size please. It's on the barrel lug.
    Any dents in the barrels? Any pitting in the bores?
    FYI it was $80.00 new.
    Thanks for your time.

    Best regards,
    Jeff
     
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    Here's the barrel entrance, pitting doesn't seem to be an issue, think it says number 6 or 4.5 di

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    80 bucks in 1901 was many many hours of work!:)
     
  8. devossc

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    thanks Jeff, enjoy the Parker, you know a ton on these :). Nice doing business and learning from you.:D
     
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