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If h = 7 then h squared = 49
It depends on the exact value of h, but, algebraically, the answer is h/24.
The first step would be to define what h is.
Dont know the value but it's pretty old. Most historians started tracking Ansley H. Fox shotguns at serial number 7500 and up. The reason I am writing you is that I too have an Ansley H. Fox 12 gauge double barrel with serial number 1787 on all major parts of the gun, fluid steel-krupp. Hope you and I both find information about these guns. Good Luck, Billy
The value depends largely on the condition of the gun. In poor condition,but shootable, it would be worth a few hundred dollars. In "like new condition" it could bring $3000.00 or more. Look at it this way. Just like an old coin is appraised by an expert, so is a shotgun. I just happen to own a 16 gauge Ansley Fox. Bought it when I was a kid, about 50 years ago, for $65.00. Thats's when $100.00 a week, was a confortable income.
Your serial number indicates that your A.H.Fox shotgun was made in the year 1940.
No way of knowing without the model name and number indicated.I can say that A.H.Fox was in business from 1906-1946,With some models made from left over parts until early in the 60,s.
A. H. Fox Strangways died in 1948.
A. H. Fox Strangways was born in 1859.
William H. Fox was born on 1837-08-29.
William H. Fox died on 1913-05-14.
A Fox shotgun double barrel B-SE Series H is valued at $599 in good condition. It has a 26 inch barrel and a 2 3.4 inch chamber.
I have a Savage FOX 20 guage purchased 1969 in CA. Don't know what the value would be today. Mormor, Northern California Chad, I have the same shotgun in 12 gauge. My local gunshop tells me it was made in the late 60's or early 70's and has a value of around $350. Not a bulls-eye, but hit the target. Keith Fitzsimmons Overland Park, Kansas