Yes! If it is not stolen, buy it & kiss the person. If you do not want it, I will take it & pay a lot more. I want an old style barrel. If you have an extra, let me know! firstname.lastname@example.org even in poor condition, the 870 wingmaster in 16 ga. should bring much better than $70.00. If someone offered one to Me for $70.00 My first question would be. "When was it stolen?"
Hey, I'm not sure about the worth, but I am also interested in the answer. I too just found a Remington 870 wingmaster 12 gauge made in 1951...
50-10000 or more depending on EXACTLY what you have.
A 16 gauge Iver Johnson Champion is worth fifty dollars--sixty if you throw in a box of shells worth ten dollars.
Is it a Wingmaster or an Express? Can't be both.
A lot less than a new 870 Wingmaster in any gauge. $300 if you are lucky. However, if it has the same year barrel and original wood and it is in 98% condition then it could be worth $750-900. With the box, paperwork and hang tag it could be a 1500 dollar gun. If it was a 12 gauge I would tell you to enjoy it and shoot it, but with the price of shells for a 16 gauge I would sell it and buy a 12 or 20 gauge. Since they have built more than 10 million 870s they have little collector value. I have a 1951 870 wingmaster in 12 gauge and I was stoked to learn that it was worth $300 and I paid $265 for it in 2008. I just hunt dove and quail with it and keep it clean and try not to scratch it up too much. An 870 is just a good working gun and should be used as such.
It is worth 1 million dollars
Each bottle of Carabela Osborne Vintage Brandy is worth roughly around 175 dollars. To get an official price, you will need to consult a Brandy collector or a connoisseur for an appraisal.
Depends on condition and if it has been fired. Worth $800-$1200
100-300 US Dollars
about 200 dollars
Between 6 and 7 hundred dollars.
its worth 325 dollars
it shuold be worth 1,000s of dollars
A Remington 870 .410 Wingmaster produced between 1964 & 1994 with a plane barrel and in fair condition (80%) is worth about $265.00. A .410 that is like new (98%) and with a VR is worth $575.00. lcj
In the range of 2 - 3000.00 dollars depending on condition. I will pay.
70-100 dollars depending upon the auction crowd
Depending on condition, 30 to 100 dollars.
around 200 dollars
These are worth between 50-100 dollars.
These can easily be worth anywhere from 5,000 dollars to 10,000 dollars. You need to have it appraised and it will depend on the condition what the final value is.
Perfect condition? In the box? $500-600. Without $400-500.