Finnaly found the answer to my own question. The post 64 began w/ sn 2,700,000 the only way that I found that was typing in random sn's on oldguns.net before it came up with a line that stated that. SN 2,700,000 was made in 1963 but is considered post-64 because that was the first made when they changed the process they use to manufactor them.
While your question is confusing,I am assuming that you are asking what year your Winchester model 1894 rifle in 32WCF was made.Your serial number places the year of production at 1952.This indicates that you do have a pre-64 model 1894 rifle.
The serial number will be 148858 or lower.
Winchester, Its a very old Rifle, but the 53 was what turned into the model 70, Hince Winchester Model 53 and some pre64 model 70 parts should fit.
The .270 WCF marking leads me to believe it is pre64, but would need to know the serial number and ALL other markings (including on the floorplate). Also, need more information on 'good' condition. Digital pictures would be a big help. email@example.com