Typically, that would be a standard carbine. However, there are still possibilities of other special order features that will greatly affect the price. We can ASSUME it is a standard carbine, but you need to understand that originality and condition are the big factors in determining worth. A 90% gun would be worth $750 while a 40% gun might bring $350. A 95%-98% gun would be close to $1000. A refinished or altered gun would bring $250. email@example.com
your rifle is worth between 350.oo and 600.00
good condition.....about $3200.00
In the condition you describe,your Winchester carbine is valued at 995 dollars(US currency).
100-1000 USD or more depending on specifics.
It is a Model 1886 Sporting Rifle. The serail number you listed is one digit too many (Winchester only manufactured 160,000 Model 1886 rifles and carbines total). The "1884" date you found is the patent date assigned to the inventor John M. Browning.
your model 1894 was made in 1976,as for the hand drawn numbers under the lever it could be that the previous owner put his ssn on the weapon in case it was ever stolen?
my grandfather was given a2520 model 64 wcf lever rifle prior ww2 to shoot dingo for a living it was 5 shot round barrel sheilded for sight pistolgrip curved lever like a marlen serial no 1003170 what is its value it was one of one boxfull that ever came to australia.
To get a accurate value of your Winchester you will need to include the following information.The model number of your Winchester,the serial number(already included),the barrel length,type of barrel(round or octagon) the amount of finish remaining,and overall condition of the rifle including the bore.
With the serial number that you provided,your Winchester model 1894 rifle was made in the year 1908.These early model 1894 rifles can bring in excess of 1,000 dollars depending on the amount of original finish remaining,and a good bore.If your rifle has some of the special features that could be ordered at that time(octagon barrel,half magazine,special wood,checkering at the wrist and for arm.half octagon half round barrel ETC.) this will enhance the value of your rifle.I would have your rifle appraised by a member of the Winchester collectors assoc.for a true value of your rifle.
$200 to $400, depending on condition
Cannot be answered without the serial number included.