That's a Savage or Stevens model number, but it won't tell us the gauge. Any firearms dealer should be able to tell you the gauge by looking at the gun (unless it is a really unusual size) but a gunsmith can measaure the chambers and also tell you the length of shells it is supposed to use.
With the serial number that you provided,your Ithaca double barrel shotgun with the damascus barrels was produced in the year 1900.
Exactly how is the shotgun marked (all markings), and double-check the serial number. firstname.lastname@example.org
If it is a double, remove barrel and you will see it along with serial #.
Around July of 1925
it is worth about 400 dollars
Impossible to answer without more information.
That is impossible to determine without knowing the manufacturer and model of the shotgun.
You may have to break the shotgun down in to the barrel section and the receiver section first.Look under the barrel section on the flat just ahead of the lug for the serial number.
The value of a 16 gauge double barrel Ithaca shotgun with the serial number 461934 is determined by its condition. This gun in excellent condition is valued at 325.00 as of 2014.
It s a Stevens model 311D double barrel shotgun serial number A226687 16 gauge. everything is on the side of the shotgun.
A few hundred to a few thousand.
It is only worth what the person buys it for...
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Please include the model number of your Winchester shotgun to get a correct answer to your question along with the serial number.
It sounds as if you have a Ithaca Crass model shotgun,that was produced in the year 1903 by your serial number.
Serial numbers were not required before 1968. If it has one, check under the forearm, on the barrel and on the action.
It sounds to me that you have a Ithaca Flues model double barrel shotgun.With the serial number that you provided,your shotgun was made by Ithaca in 1917.
"Your" Winchester Model 21 Double Barrel Shotgun was manufactured in 1933, giving it an age of 77 years, as of 2010.