It appears that the Ithaca in question was made in 1969
According to my records it was made in 1910. (From "Ithaca Gun Company: From the Beginning")
sorry the model is L37 20 GAGE SERIAL 178174
with that s/n the gun was mfg in 1969, but if it has 37 in front of it then it was mfg 1973-74.
Patent number is not relevant. Value depends on age and condition.
There are too many numbers in your serial number. Ithaca didn't make 1.8 million shotguns - the doubles ran to less than half a million. If the serial is really 184982, your Flues model was made between 1908 and 1926. The value will depend on which of the 11 grades you have and what its condition really is. That is not the serial number it's the patent number. I recently purchased an Ithaca 12 ga with the same patent number; however, I am unable to locate any serial number.
Impossible to answer without knowng who made it.
You can tell how old your Ithaca gun is by the model and serial number
The serial number indicates Ithaca manufactured your Model 37 in 1956.
By the serial #
Its an Ithaca Flues model made in 1921
The Model 37 was mfg in 1969.
You would need to include the model number or name of your Ithaca firearm,along with the serial number to get the correct answer.
Your serial number indicates that you have a Ithaca crass model double,that was made in 1903.
You have an Ithaca Miner model made in 1907
Made in 1939
Made in 1963
Made in 1969. Info from Ithaca Gun Co. serial number check chart.