Proofhouse.com has a store brand chart. When you find out who made it a value can be estimated.
EBay for 38.00
Up to $100.
Your rifle is a Marlin Model 80. They were made from 1934 up thru 1969. No serial number indicates made before 1968. Early rifles had open sights, later had a rear peep sight.
JC Higgins sold over 50 different BB and pellet guns/rifles over the years. They were made by Crosman and Daisy. You need to give more information like the model number in order to identify the air gun.
The J C Higgins model 41 /103 19770 Was made by Marlin Firearms.1959 .103 is the Sears vendor code for Marlin .The model 41 is the same as the the Marlin Glenfield model 10. These are very nice little rifles that are well known for accuracy.
No sn data available.
No published sn data
50-200 US Dollars
In the 50s and 60s. You're welcome.
Romania. They are Model 1969 training rifles.
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103 is the Sears vendor code fo Marlin firearms
Jc Higgins are cool guns my dad still has his from when he was a little kid
Try gunpartscorp website. They have a cross reference to find the make and model of your Sears shotgun.
Sears used Model 36 for two different .22 rifles. The BOLT ACTION is a Marlin Model 80, the SEMIAUTO is a High Standard Model 34. Value of any firearm is dependent on condition. The "store brand" firearms such as JC Higgins, Revelation, Westerfield, etc, frequently were a slightly lower grade than the original (Hardwood stocks instead of walnut, plainer finish, etc) and usually command 10-25% less. However, the additional matching accessories should cancel that. In good to excellent condition, either rifle would sell at retail for $100-$180.
The Model 77
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I believe your rifle is a Marlin Model 80 made for Sears.
model 190 and model 290 rifles were produced from 1965 to 1980, around 2,171,263 rifles .