how much is an Ithaca model 37 shotgun worth in fair condition
An Ithaca model 51 magnum 3 inch shotgun is worth $275-$325, depending on condition.
Made in 1910. Value depends on guage and condition.
model 37 around $500 in good condition
I have an Ithaca model 100 shotgun . It appraised for $700.
The exact value of a 1909 Ithaca double barrel shotgun stagecoach model would actually be dependent upon a number of factors. The most important factor that would be considered is the condition of the shotgun.
You have a Ithaca Flues model made in 1922 Can not provide additional info without knowing condition and grade of shotgun. 200.00 - 4000.00
I sold one in excellent condition last fall for $900.
If it is in excellent condition it might bring $1200 - $1500
You can expect to get between $230 and $365 depending on the condition and method of sale
This model sells anywhere from 250 dollars to 500 dollars. The determining factors are, as always what kind of condition the firearm is in.
You have an Ithaca NID model made in 1926, Not knowing condition or grade 300 -3500.
I have one for sell in very good condition.
The Ithaca model 37 feather-light 12 gauge shotgun serial number 371269762 is valued at $200 in fair condition. In good condition, it is valued at $925.
It was made in 1924, according to "Ithaca Gun Company - From the Beginning". Value would be determined by GA, model, and condition.
I have one of these firearms and I have found them valued anywhere from $800 to $1500 depending on condition.
Its an Ithaca Flues model made in 1921
They are currently listing on Gunbroker at $800
Depends entirely on age and condition - neither of which is indicated in the question, so no way to answer.
yours shotgun is made in 1951 it hard to say what the value depends on the condition of the gun it can be anywhere from $100 to $550
yes, i own one. model 52 featherlite
The double is the last model NID (New Ithaca Double) mfg by Ithaca. This one was mfg in 1927. Depending on condition and gauge you may have a very desirable shotgun.
Its the Lewis Model, from c.1905. In 60% condition, I would expect to retail at $350-$400. email@example.com