How rare is a nickel steel model 12 made in 1919 in good condition?
Winchester made several hundred thousand nickel steel barreled Model 1912/12s from August of 1912 through 1932. Bert H.
What is the age and value of a Winchester model 1912 12 gauge shotgun in Nickel steel serial 188130?
Your serial number indicates that your Winchester model 12 pump action shotgun was made in the year 1919.The value cannot be determined without a more detailed description of the shotguns overall condition to include the amount of original finish remaining on the wood and metal.The bore condition,and what type of barrel the shotgun has(plain,solid matte rib,or vent rib barrel).
What can you tell me about Winchester model 1906 serial 571791 It has some nickel plated parts Thanks Bert?
I can tell you that by your serial number your Winchester model 1906 rifle was made in the year 1919. I can also say that this model was made from 1906-1935,with a total production figure of 731,852.I must say Bert that I am not aware of any nickel plated parts for the model 1906,but that does not mean that they were not made.They also could have been Nickel plated at any time after production also.
I'm very surprised you couldn't find your coin in the Red Book. 1919 is a common date for buffalo nickels. Perhaps you're looking specifically for a "P" mint mark. Remember that Philadelphia did not use a P on nickels until WW2 and then again starting in 1980. That means a 1919 Philadelphia nickel won't have a mint mark, nor will any other coin minted before 1980 except for those wartime nickels and 1979 dollars. Anyway…
The Remington model 12 semi auto shotgun is going for 150-300 depending on the condition of your shotgun. I believe that's not a model 12 shotgun they are referring to but a Model 12-A 22 pump rifle (with a round barrel). The value is GREATLY dependent on original condition, condition, and condition, a beater is $100 once you hit the 90% or so it's a $600 gun then the price shoots up based on condition…
workers in the steel mills wanted the right to negotiate for shorter working hours and living wage. they also wanted union recognition and collecstell corportive bargaining rights. in September 1919 the u.s steel corporation refused to meet the union representatives. this caused the the strike of 1919