MOST IVER JOHNSON PISTOLS DO NOT FETCH A LOT OF DOUGH! EVEN IN PERFECT SHAPE! THIS MODEL WAS PRODUCED FROM BETWEEN 1958 AND 1975. I BELEIVE YOURS WAS PRODUCED IN 1964. THE REASON THE IVER JOHNSONS ARE HIGHLY SOUGHT AFTER, IS PURE AND SIMPLE. THEY ARE A GREAT AND ACCURATE GUN. VERY WELL MADE. I HAVE EVERY GAUGE OF THE IVER JOHNSON CHAMPION SHOTGUN AND THE HERCULES AND SKEETER MODELS. I WOULD PUT THEM UP AGAINST ANY REMINGTON OR WINCHESTER THAT WERE MADE. The first course of action to discern the value of a gun is to identify the make, model, manufacturing date, variation and condition. The book "Iver-Johnson Arms & Cycle Works Firearms 1871-1993" by W. Goforth may help accomplish this. Then it's a simple matter of looking your gun up in one of the many firearm value books, such as the Blue Book of Gun Values, or the Standard Catalog of Firearms.
The Iver Johnson viking was made between the years 1964-1978.The value of this firearm in the condition in which you describe is 200 dollars.
Generally, Iver Johnson revolvers will sell for up to $200 in excellent condition. Typical used IJ prices are half that. firstname.lastname@example.org
$50-100, depending on condition.
140-200 dollars,depending on overall condition and a decent bore.
How do I open an Iver johnson 32 cal pistol?
The 1959 Colt frontier scout pistol, serial number 48899F is valued at $900 in excellent condition. In fair condition, it is valued at $400.
it is a brake away pistol with 5 shots
10-100 USD depending on specifics
serial numbers are of no value without the makers name, model of pistol, caliber and overall condition.....................
Press upward on the rear sight.
value depends on overall condition....................
that would depend on overall condition and when it was made. by furnishing the serial number it can be determined when pistol was made...............
The value will be determined by the condition of the pistol. Anywhere from $0 to $500. In Mint condition especially in the box they can be worth double that.
value depends on overall condition.....
value is based on overall condition, model and serial number........................
$25 to $125, depending on condition.
Probably between $1500 and $2,000 depending on condition, matching serial numbers, etc.
Condition is more important than serial number. That being said the earlier and better condition will be worth more.
$25-$175, depending on model and condition.
100-400 USD depending on condition.
Depends on condition. About $250 for one in very good condition.
about 1920 the value would depend of overall condition of pistol.
value depends on overall condition. pictures are helpfull..............
In good, firing condition they are reasonably valuable, if underpowered and antiquated.