Since Marlin didn't amke a 1899, it is most likely an 1898. These old Marlin shotguns never had a lot of value in good shape, and refinished they would be less. I see very nice ones going in the $200 range, and average or less in the $75-$100 range. I would guess a refinished will bring something in the average range. Marlin sent out a bulletin stating these early exposed hammer shotguns should not be fired, regardless of the ammo used. That has relegated them to wallhangers for most owners. Some diehard fans refuse to accept this, and continue to use these old Marlin pumps at their own risk.
This cannot be answered without you providing a detailed description of the shotguns overall condition,and the model of Marlin shotgun that you have.
To determine exact value of a 1904 Marlin 12 gauge pump shotgun, you would actually have to take a number of factors into consideration. The main thing to consider would be the condition of the shotgun.
The current value of these marlin rifles range from 275-350 dollars.
About $75 Dollars Used
Marlin's first shotgun was a pump action, made in 1898. Marlin never made a double barrel shotgun in their entire history. However, Marlin did own the LC Smith shotgun company after it went bankrupt in 1945. That made them technically a "Marlin" product. If your gun is a 1800's double barrel, it is not a Marlin. Marlin did make the Model 90 over/under, but it was not in the 1800's. Please list ALL markings on the shotgun so we can properly identify it.
Your Marlin model 59 single shot shotgun is valued at between 40-100 dollars,depending on overall condition and a good bore.
Anywhere from 200 to 500 depending on condition
depending on condition....$80-$100
The Marlin model 30G serial number 3512 20 gauge shotgun is valued at $350 in good condition. It is valued at $750 in excellent condition.
If it shoots, $75-$450 depending on condition.
about $289.00 US
I just bought one from a private party for $75.
If your model 55 shotgun is the regular shotgun with a 26in-28in barrel,then it is worth between 30-100 dollars.If it is the marlin goose gun with a 36in barrel they are going for between 90-200 dollars depending on the condition it is in.
In good working condition $150 to $200
not much. too long to hunt efficiently. An average shotgun with hoke is the same pattern or better. Probably $120-$150 if you like Marlin
Your Marlin model 55 shotgun will range in price between 25-95 dollars depending on overall condition.
The price range on your shotgun is between 165-200 dollars depending on the amount of finish being between 60%-90%.The Marlin model 120 magnum shotgun was made from 1971-1985.
This is a very nice shotgun with the woodstoc quite nicely refinished, natural and steel-wool finished with a polyuerathane finish
around 100-250 depending on its condition