your Winchester model 52B in unaltered and 90% condition is valued at 2,250.00.If it is in 80% condition it would be valued at 1,650.00.
The value of a Miroku model BC3000 12 gauge under and over shotgun would depend on a couple different factors. Most important of these factors would be the condition.
If the firearm is in very good condition, it would be valued at $150. If it is in fair condition, it would be valued at a price close to $75.
The Remington Model 41 Targetmaster was produced from 1936 to 1939 with 306,880 rifles being assembled. Mint condition would be valued at around $300.00
Between 150-250 dollars,depending on overall condition.
Your B2000 in 95% to 98% condition would probably appraise between $300 and $350. A mint B2000 with box would be valued near $400.
In excellent condition a 1960-64 Winchester mod. 12 ,12 guage would be valued at $350.00 - $400.00
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your model 12winchester shotgun was made in 1942.I would say that your shotgun would be valued between 600 and 700 dollars in the condition you describe.
Shapleigh Hardware Company. Would depend on model and condition, but these are fairly low dolalr guns. In working order, about $125
In excellent used condition, this would be valued around $475, but that value falls for lesser conditions.
A clip-fed bolt action shotgun is worth $25 to $75, depending on the condition. A .410 might bring a bit more if you can find the right buyer. This one is really a Stevens model 58 with the Sears name.
Never made a model 1909, that's a patent date on at least a model 12 pump, but value is greatly dependent (on model) and condition, condition, and condition.
The value,s I am going to quote are for a rifle that is all original and has not been reblued or the stock refinished.a rifle in only 30% original condition would be valued at 575.00 dollars.this can go as high as one with a 80% original finish,which would be valued at 1,900.00 dollars.If you have a carbine model it would be worth 300.00 dollars more than the stated rifle prices across the board that I listed above.By the way your model 1892 was made in 1902.
Amazing Spider-Man #1 in the lowest condition is valued at $440.
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The rifle is valued at a price close toÊ$500. The amount will vary depending upon where you get the rifle from.Ê
Several are valued at $400 - $600. It would depend on the condition too.
$48 Whoever answered this question with $48 is underquoting the value. I own one that was given to me. In it's condition (which would probably be considered 50%) was valued at $150.
If it is in absolute pristine condition I would value it at $125. Be advised that in order for it to be valued this high it has to be nearly flawless. Most sell in the $65-$85 dollar range.
while having the condition of your Winchester model 1890 would help,I can say that one in 50% condition would be worth 450.00 and one in 80%condition would bring 825.00 dollars on todays market.
The 1928 Irish penny is is bronze, weighs 9.45 grams and measures 30.9 mm in diameter. The obverse has an Irish harp with "19" to the left and "28" to the right, and the legend "SAORSTAT EIREANN" (Irish Gaelic for "IRISH FREE STATE") just inside the rim, and the reverse has a hen with chick and the denomination in both words and numbers. 9,000,000 of these coins (KM#3) were produced in 1928. According to the Standard Catalog of World Coins, an example in Fine condition would be valued at US$0.50, an example in Very Fine condition would be valued at US$1.00, an example in Extremely Fine condition would be valued at US$4.00, and an example in Uncirculated condition would be valued at US$20.00. Additionally, 6,001 Proof example were produced; these would be valued at US$18.50 each.
That is 1971 production, so collector value is minimal. Simply valued as a shooter, and in that condition would bring around $125-$150. www.countrygunsmith.net
A browning BL-22 grade I in 60% condition would be worth 150 dollars,A grade II would be valued at 160 dollars.
The 1895 Winchester which was made in Japan was actually made by Miroku firearms under contract for Winchester. It is not a replica, but a contracted Winchester. They have been made on a limited run basis in different calibers for the last decade. Prior to that Miroku also made the same rifle under contract from Browning Firearms. Miroku is currently still making the 1895 for the Winchester Firearms Company, and Winchester is still selling them. New in the Box and Unfired with all papers are getting about $1300 US, but if they have been fired or used, value starts declining rapidly. 99% condition but used would garner approximately $900, while a 90% condition rifle would be worth considerably less.