Depends on whether it is the Featherlight or the Ultrafeatherlight, and it depends on its condition. Decent condition Featherlight is probably worth around $350; the "Ultra" will probably bring closer to $500.
.12 and .20 Gauge, and they also came in Magnum models. The .20 Gauge models are the rarer of the two, and the Model 100 was actually manufactured in Japan by SKB and marketed by Ithaca.
I see these selling at www.gunbroker.com for around $150 if it is in good condition.
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Probably from about $125 - $175. You can look on .the gunbroker.com auction site and see what they are selling for.
The M37 was mge in 1949. Value depends on the condition and gauge, as a 20 would be worth more than a 12.
$450-$500 in excellent condition. $200 for a beater. email@example.com
i would like to know the value of my rabbit ear 20 gauge stage coach shot gun
model 37 around $500 in good condition
It was made around the year of 1939
Possibly a Model 37? About $250-$300, depending on condition.
It was made in 1914 and "probably" is a Flues model
A Model 37 is a "pump", so a double barrel could not be a Model 37
According to Fjestad's, the basic Model 100 in 95% condition should cost about $380, a Model 150 about $385, and the deluxe Model 200 about $525. Add 20% for 20 gauge guns. Sounds like You may have a model 200. I would pay $625
about 400 -450 used and about 500 new
This is a very nice shotgun with the woodstoc quite nicely refinished, natural and steel-wool finished with a polyuerathane finish
I am not sure if the date makes a huge difference, but GunBroker.com says the featherlight is worth and estimated $375.00.
Depending on condition very good - excellent $575.00, good-very good $450-$500.00,poor-good $275.00-$400.00
Paid 50 for mine in excellent condition 70s model. But I think a fair value would be between $100 and $150
Your Ithaca model XL-900 which was made between 1973-1978,will range in price between 150-245 dollars for a example showing between 60%-95% of its original finish,and in good operating condition.
Made in 1937. If in very good condition it may bring around $500, since the 20 GA is rarer than the 12 GA.
Monitor www.gunbroker.com for comparables to get an idea of what this might sell for. I suspect, if in very good condition, it might bring $400-$600.