exactly as much as someone is willing to part with to get one.....very subjective criteria, i know, but these days "value" of a firearm is almost as volitile as the commodities market(maybe a little more help...local((se Florida)) gunshop has one for 130 bucks)
rsi would say the value of the spanish mauser and bayonet value at 695.99 dollars
$250-$350, depending on exact model and condition.
Your Spanish made Mauser rifle could be worth anywhere from $50-$300. Value of any gun is based on exact make, model, condition, and originality.
value depends on overall condition
Requires professional appraisal
depends on condition
50-200 or so
They vary. It can be anywhere from $300-2500
100-400 USD or so
10-100 USD or so
It means they began making that MODEL of Mauser in 1895. You will need to have someone that knows older Mauser makes a hands on assessment of your rifle. Value depends on make, model, condition- and with military riles, originality- modifications lose value.
Usually the sn and caliber
50-500 depending on specifics.
100-1000 USD depending on specifics
100-1000 and up depending on specifics
50-500 depending on EXACTLY what you have.
50-500 US Dollars
The 7MM is short for the caliber 7X57mm which is the 7x57mm Mauser Cartridge. When the Rolling Block was made in the late 1890's and early 1900's, the S.M stood for Spanish Mauser. The Spanish model 1893 mausers shot the 7x57mm round. the US was on the receiving end of that fine round in the Spanish-American war. At the time, the 7x57mm was known as the 7mm Spanish Mauser round.
Today I was told by my gun dealer that my Mauser 6.35 manufactured before January 1914, that the value was between $300 and $350. I would estimate that mine is in very good condition.