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I have a Phila. Fox Sterlingworth 12 ga. SxS 28" barrels Field Grade Ser. 73939 Mfg. Bet. 1913 and 1914, M/F, barrels in excellent shape, action locks up like Fort Knox, stock in excellent condition has not been cut, forend has tiny nick in checkering area, butstock is black plastic along with the end of the pistol grip, case color about 10% left, bluing has not been touched, just normal wear from hunting. Where Sterlingworth is stamped on top of barrels, there is a space between the L and N where the I should have been stamped. there is a canvas and leather take-down case that was purchased with gun, 5 boxes of vintage shotgun shells included.
 

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Unfortunately, there is very little market today for used but decent condition field grade 12g doubles.
Check all the 12g Sterlingworths listed
Fox Shotguns - Sterlingworth for sale

The fact that it is a Phila. gun, and the case & shells, do add some value, and a (non-delusional) gun shop is likely to be happy with $750.
 
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