Remington made the first variation of the Model 4 solid frame .22 rifle from 1891 to 1903. If you have a "take-down" model, they were made from 1903 to 1910. They also made the second type which was also a takedown model which means it broke down into two parts for easy transport. These were made until around 1915. Value would depend on the current condition of this firearm and if everything is still original. In otherwords, if it's in mint condition it would be worth more.
1932-1935 - see Remington Society link
1919 depends entirely on condition $100-1,200
They were produced from 1939-1962, and I've seen them at auctions going for $90-300.
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Details here: http://remingtonsociety.com/rsa/questions/barrelcodes
The Remington Model 41 was made from 1936-1939, they will have the date code stamped on the left side of the barrel. You can look up this code at the Remington Society of America, I will add a related link to this answer with it.
Depends on model and age.
the value of any weapon depends on the model, caliber, overall condition, bore and age.....................
Don't know the value but, based on the serial number, that Colt army .45 was made by Remington Rand for Colt 67 years ago in 1944.
It was disc. in 1989
And what model is it? firstname.lastname@example.org
the 243 was new in 1969 its 375.00 in 100%