The average cost of a Lefever Nitro Special shotgun at auction is $650. This amount may be higher or lower depending on the condition of the gun.
Depending on condition and wether or not it has shell ejectors the value would be betwenn $500-$2600.
If it doesn't say Lefever somewhere on the gun, I don't think you have a Lefever.
In order to determine the age of Lefever shotgun, the serial number must be known. However, Lefever shotguns were only made and distributed between 1885-1916.
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Requires professional appraisal.
The best that I can do is say that the Lefever Nitro special was made from 1921-1948.
Your shotgun was manufactured in 1923, by Ithica Guns which took over the Lefever brand when they acquired the corporation in 1916.
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Your Shotgun was made by Lefever from 1885-1919.Lefever started business in the year 1885.A (G grade) model hammerless 12 gauge shotgun will range in price from 800-1,400 dollars for a gun showing between 10%-70% of its original finish remaining,and a good set of bores.
If its a lefever nitro special, on the auction sites they,re bringing from 300.00 to 550.00 depending on condition.
You need the services of an appraiser
Ithaca Firearms manufactured the Lefever Nitro Special shotgun with serial numbers between 101600 and 119899 in 1922.
LeFever is one.
The value of ANY gun is based on 3 factors- exact MAKE, MODEL, and CONDITION. You gave us ONE of the THREE factors we need. There were several models of the Lefever shotgun- value may range from $100 to $900. You will need a "hands-on" appraisal to determine actual value.
The Lefever was mfg. in 1935.
Blue Book of Gun Values
Depends somewhat on gauge of shotgun & condition. 410 usually goes for $350-$400 in very good condition.
Lefever made several models through three different versions of the company. Not enough information.
The LeFever New Nitro 12 gauge shotgun was manufactured from 1936 to 1948. If it is in good condition, it can be worth about $400 to $500.
Your Lefever Nitro special will range in price from 300-450 dollars,based on your shotgun having between 60%-90% of its original finish remaining and a good set of bores.
Somewhere between $200 and $3000. Lefever ceased operation in 1913 or so. They were well made guns, and DO have a collector's market- but value is based on MAKE MODEL and CONDITION. You will need a hands-on appraisal. Take your shotgun to a good gun shop or gun show in your area.