First of all, it wasn't manufactured in 1794. It was patented April 17, 1894. It could be any of several Stevens Favorite or Ideal rifles manufactured between 1894 and the 1930s (or even the versions re-introduced in the 1970s and 1990s). Values for most models range from about $100 in poor condition and around $300 in excellent condition. Being chambered for the obsolete .32 rimfire is going to hurt the value since it will cost a couple of dollars to make it go BANG.
If manufactured prior to 1969, it doesn't have one.
If it was manufactured before 1968 it probably doesn't have one.
The Stevens Model 70 with the serial number T775 was manufactured between the years of 1907 to 1931. There were only 100,000 of these rifles produced.
I do not believe the model 325's were manufactured after 1968. Therefore they required no serial number and yours may not have one. If it did have a serial number it would be on the receiver.
Stevens, sold at Montgomery Wards.
If it has both the Stevens and Savage names on it, then it was manufactured after 1945 and before 1969.
What's the year of my Stevens? Serial number p116495
Your Marlin rifle was made in the year 1975,with the serial number that you have provided.
It's your job to provide enough information to identify the gun first. Stevens shotguns were made from about 1865 until 1991 and the assembly number (that MAY be a serial number if it recently manufactured) does not give a clue which model it is.
Stevens Model 940c was manufactured between 1961 and 1970. If your shotgun has no serial number then it was made before 1969.
There may not be one. Federal law did not always require a serial number be present on a firearm. If that rifle was manufactured prior to the 60's, it may not have one.
with a serial number of E261611