Diamond Arms single gauge serial number 49885 what gauge is it and when was it made plus value if in fair condition?" Diamond Arms single gauge serial number 49885 what gauge is it and when was it made plus value if in fair condition?" "Diamond Arms single gauge serial number 49885 what gauge is it and when was it made plus value if in fair condition?"
your 1879 (base on serial number) colt SAA value will depend on overall condition. If in ex. condition $8 - $10 thousand. as the condition diminishes so does the value.
value depends on overall condition.................
It depends on the the number of barrels, year, model, condition and serial number.
$125-$175, depending on condition.
Whats a sears Roebuck 12gauge single shot serial number 626384 and model number 282 worth
The serial number is needed and the condition of the weapon.
Need a detailed description of all markings, condition, name of maker and serial number.
Impossible to answer without a detailed description of all markings, finish, condition, box, accessories, papers and the serial number.
$500 and up,depending on condition,markings,and history.
Worth about $300, depending on condition. Ruger website, customer service, has dates of production by model and serial number.
if a single action then made about 1900. value depends on overall condition...........
Don't know value, but was produced in 1961.
A Colt single action 1860 army with that serial number was made in 1866.
The value of a 1905 model D single barrel choke bored Diamond Arms shotgun is actually dependent upon a number of things. Most importantly the condition of the shotgun.
Your Stevens model 9478 single barrel shotgun was made from 1987-1988.The value is between 60-85 dollars in the condition that you describe.
50-125 dollars depending on overall condition.
value depends on overall condition................
Depends on exact model (there were several) and condition, Somewhere between $250 and $400.
Your colt single action army dates to 1881 with the serial number you provided.
Like any other .410, it would be used for hunting small game, like rabbits or dove, or dispatching small preditors like possums or skunks around the hen house. And you don't have a 3 digit serial number - that will just be a manufacturer's batch number or part number. Value will vary by condition, but if it is a single shot, it is worth $35 to $75, or if it is a double barrel it will bring $100-$250.
I bought the same shotgun, serial number in the 91000s, for 50 dollars. Ones in good condition can go for 80 dollars. Unless, it is in perfect condition, 80 dollars is the max value.
Don't know value, but made in 1961.
I have a J Stevens Springfield Model 15, .22 single shot, and there is no serial number. I bought it a t a gun store, and the dealer marked my receipt to indicate it had no serial number. There is also no indication that a serial number was removed.