No way to value with just the serial number.
No such weapon made by Browning.
Your gun was made in 1956. As for the value, it is all dependent on condition.
300 or so
Without a detailed description of all markings and features the range can be 100-1000 USD
Need more info. Serial number and model would be helpful.
your browning,if it is a auto-5 shotgun was produced in 1951.These are going for between 250-550 dollars depending on the amount of original finish left on the wood and metal.
Requires professional appraisal
0-500 USD depending on exact configuration and overall condition.
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Depending on the condition, between $525-$600
This is an American Browning made by Remington during the 40's. Your serial number was made in 1941. Value depends on condition $250-600 auto5man
The 1G prefix to your serial number indicates that you have a Browning light weight model auto-5 shotgun that was made in the year 1961.The value cannot be determined without a good description of your shotguns overall condition,including the amount of original finish remaining,and the condition of the bore.
Your shotgun which was made in the year 1920 will bring between 275-550 dollars,depending on the amount of original finish remaining,and a good bore.
This gun was made in 1975, the last year of production for A5s in Belgium. Use the link below for value. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_value_of_a_Browning_Sweet_Sixteen
Check Gunbroker.com on line or Browning website
10-10000 USD depending on specifics
100-1000 USD or more depenidng on specifics.
It is plated. Less than $5 at today's prices
There should be a number in front of the S. without it I cannot date it.