A break-action, double-barrel 12-gauge shotgun made by Stevens, a division of Savage. This shotgun was a duplicate of the Stevens Model 311 but was distributed by Sears, Roebuck & Company.
Interestingly, from 1908 to 1962, Sears, Roebuck & Company sold a wide variety of sporting goods and recreational equipment, including bicycles, golf clubs, rifles, shotguns, and revolvers under the brand name “J. C. Higgins.”
A wonderful firearm from a simpler time in American history!