From the 9th edition of Modern Guns circe 1993:
Exc - $175 Very Good - $140 2007 prices will be higher, but not much
Looks like 1928. The Blue Book says that 95% of the Parkers bought and sold each year have less than 30% original finish, so unless yours is one of the other 5%, it's worth $1800 according to that guide. If higher grades are that hard to find, I'd expect the price to skyrocket, but a 98% gun lists for just a bit more than twice as much. I think it was in the Standard Catalog that I saw the recommendation that anyone buying or selling a Parker Brothers should get a hands-on appraisal from a recognized expert.
try gunstock inc. they have them
2000 if in mint condition If less than mint condition, figure about $200 if it is complete and functional, $25-50 if broken or rusty. These were made in Belgium for H&D Folsum Sporting Goods by Joseph Cap or F. Dumoulin & Co around 1900.
Depends on what you mean by fancy scroll work. The Model 11 was offered in grades ranging to Grade F Premier which was heavily engraved with extra-fancy wood. The vent rib was also a special option, and values for these guns can exceed $1000 easily depending on grade and condition. Please do NOT just turn that gun over to somebody for rebluing. The Model 11 was never hot-blued during it's production and using the modern bluing technique to refinish that firearm will absolutely kill any and all collector value it might have. It CAN be restored using the correct rust-blue method, but that is a cost-versus-value decision that has to be made on a case by case basis. If you can send detailed digital pictures of that gun to us we can accurately identify the grade and give you a very close estimate of its current value. www.countrygunsmith.net