value depends on overall condition..........
Impossible to answer without a serial number and a detailed description of all markings/features, finish, condition, papers, accessories, box, caliber, etc..
Impossible to answer
If the serial number is 459317, it was made in 1893. Letters don't compute in a Winchester serial number for a model 1873.
I can't get any serial number search on the 1873 to work if I put a letter in it. If the number is 336132, the gun was made in 1890.
it was made 1874. value depends on oberall condition.
Requires appraisal. Could be 1000 - 10000 USD or more
if a single action made about 1877 is the question make a 'number' ?????
The value of an 1873 penny varies on the condition of the penny. The price for an 1873 penny that is in poor condition is worth $20 dollars, and a 1873 penny that is in mint condition is worth $1240.
The value of an 1873 American Riverside Co ladies gold watch with serial number 790318 depends on its condition. This watch in excellent condition is valued between 200.00 and 275.00 as of 2014.
708875 is not a valid serial number for an 1873 Winchester. Serial 70875 was manufactured in 1881. Condition will matter significantly to determine the value. Have the gun appraised by an advanced Winchester collector because it may be quite valuable
Double check the serial numbers. No 1873 sn has a "b" at the end.
OK... and your questions is?
Your serial number indicates that your Winchester model 1873 rifle was made in the year 1889.That year ended with serial number 323,956.
Your Winchester model 1873 rifle which was made in the year 1890,and is considered a Winchester model 1873 third model will have 3 distinct values.If it is in below average condition then the value will be 750-1,000 dollars.If it is in average condition,then 1,000-1.600 dollars,if in above average condition,then between 1,650-2,300 dollars.I believe that all Winchester rifles of this age should be appraised by a Winchester collector assoc.member,and evaluated by him for a more approximate value.These are very highly collectable rifles.
A few hundred to multiple thousands of USD depending on condition.
condition of the Colt has a great deal to do with value. what condition is the finish ?? is the bore shinny, dull, pitted ??? Any rust or pitting on frame ??? Length of barrel.. Send me a picture that I can see condition.....................
Your Winchester model 1873 rifle which was made in the year 1900 could bring anywhere from 800-4,000 dollars,depending on overall condition,any special order features,and the bores condition.I would advise you to have a member of the Winchester collectors assoc evaluate your rifle/carbine for a much more accurate value.
The collector value can only be assessed by a visual inspection & evaluation. Old Winchesters are very much like old classic automobiles... the graded condition and factory originality are the key factors in determining what they are truly worth. Bert H.
there was only 340 made . its value is from $9000 to 15,000 USD
Why is 1873 worth less than 1874 in the same condition?
The Serial Number, Caliber, barrel Length, Model Style (Carbine, Musket, Sport), and condition need to be determined before a value can be given. Lots of pictures of markings imperfections, the inside of the barrel and shots of the entire gun would be needed.
Your Winchester model 1873 which was made in 1883,was a model 1873 third model which started at serial number 90,000.early model 1873,s were not marked for a caliber since they were chambered only for the 44-40 Winchester.I would say that your third model should be marked for caliber on the barrel just ahead of the receiver,and on the brass elevator.If there is any doubt I would have a good gunsmith take a chamber cast of the gun while determining if the rifle is in good enough condition to shoot.I would also look for the marking 44WCF on the places indicated.