The Worthington was made by both Crescent and Stevens for George Worthington Company of Cleveland. Value is about $100 to $150, depending on condition and originallity
Cornell Firearms Company was a trade name used by Hopkins and Allen Arms Company on hammerless shotguns. They made these shotguns from 1902 to 1916.
I am not sure about the age or value, but I would sure like to own it to rabbit hunt with.
A complete and functional, but not like new, 12 gauge utility double is worth $150-$250, depending on exact condition and its appeal to the prospective buyer's eye.
Check out gunshop.com,they got Lots of info on dbl barrel shotguns.
50-100 USD or so
It is only worth what the person buys it for...
I have a Spencer hammerles shotgun, and it has America 's new hammerless on the barrel
You can find information for the 16 gauge Worthington Challenger single barrel shotgun at most gun stores and pawn shops. Many of these stores offer free appraisals and have knowledgeable clerks.