Before we can put a value on it, we need to know what it is. Your question is like asking "How much is a car worth with 79212 on the license tag." Matching serial numbers are only important on a collectable firearm. Hunters don't care what the serial numbers on their guns are and few modern firearms have the serial number in more than one place.
value depends on overall condition..............
$200-$250 if in non- rust condition. If selling contact me..................
Probably between $1500 and $2,000 depending on condition, matching serial numbers, etc.
depends on condition,matching bayonet and scabbard numbers,blade unsharpened,and year made,and serial numbers,generally a matching set would be approx $150-$200..
The Engine Serial Numbers Must Match The Serial Numbers on the ID Plate of the car......... Also the transmission and differential are serial numbered as well as the engine. The numbers matching refers to those numbers matching the original build sheet on that particular car.
go to: gunsamerica.com check out the gun condition and price asked on lugers. compare it to yours for price
0-multiple thousands of USD depending on exactly what configuration you have and overall condition.
anywhere from $1200 and up...........it's not so much the price as is who will pay the price ??
value depends on overall condition
A few hundred to multiple thousands of USD depending on who made it, exact configuration, overall condition, documentation, etc..
Depends on condition & whether all major parts have the same serial number stamped on it & when in 1943 it was produced. A poor example with non matching serial numbers can go for 300.00 or so. A pristine example with 98-100 % finish, matching serial numbers etc can go for 800.00 or more. A WW2 P38 holster can add 100-200 to the price.
value depends on overall condition. check at: WALTHERSFORUM.COM
Between 1967 and 1969 and where hand made and engraved "Custome Made for _______ _________. They only made 2 in the 1960's for 2 brothers. The Y serial number stood for Trap and Skeet matching barrels manufactured with matching serial numbers. Before the serial numbers starting with a T stood for trap and staring with S stood for skeet barrels. When they came up with the Y serial number, it was designed for trap and skeet matching barrels.
Mauser Waffenfabrik never manufactured a .30-06 rifle. You MIGHT have an M1917 rifle, which can be worth over $1200 in good condition and all matching serial numbers.
Depending on condition some where between $2000-$5000 in Australia that is
$125.00 to $225.00 condition and matching numbers on the parts has an effect on price .
That would depend on whether it is a shotgun, rifle, or handgun. Also on who made it.
value would depend on overall condition. a picture might show that.............
Interesting, the receiver was made after 1930 and the barrel 1922. Doubtful if the barrel is original.
in mint condition(uncirculated) with serial numbers approx. $ 3.00 depending on the dealer , without serial numbers $1.50
100-1000 or so
Depends on overall condition, trim level, options, mileage, etc...