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Actually I think Savage made that Fox brand back in the late 40's or early 50's.
Good gun either way.
 

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I had a chance to buy a Fox Sterlingworth, pin model, 12 gage a couple of months back. It was in good used condition with a few scratches in the stock and signs of being carried and used, bluing off the receiver, no wobble in action. The dealer wanted $1700.00 dollars for it. The kicker was it came with two sets of barrels and fore ends. One bored F&M the other M&IC, serial # matched. I though about it for a couple of weeks and decided to buy it. No longer for sale, dealer decided he like it so much he was going to redo it and put in his collection.
 

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fortgreg said:
I'm sure there are some knowlegable Fox guys on here, but with your broad description and no picture, it is impossible to determine an exact value. A 20ga Fox is a very desireable gun, and it was offered in many different grades. Condition is what determines the value on any collector gun, and peoples opinion on condition vary like the weather. A picture is worth a thousand words.
Agree, What made the gun worth more than usual, was the matched set of barrels with matching serial #'s.
I've seen the same gun from $500 to $1000, depending on condition.
 
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