"My guess is that you have a "trade name" gun. A good picture would say a thousand words.
Back in the 1890 - 1940 time period, many US makers and European importers would put any name on a gun order as small as a dozen pieces if the hardware store or general store would pay for the stamp. For instance, a Bucknell's grocery store could order some guns and sell them as "Bucknells" even though Crescent Arms made them. Other makers were H&R, J. Stevens and all sorts of obscure Belgium small shops."
Most likely Cresent. A few pics and we can say for sure. In those days, HD Folsom ( Cresent ) would stamp anything you wanted on the gun if you ordered enough of them. The parts are easy to find, millions of the guns were produced.
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