It was made between November 57 and April 1958. Records are sketchy with the "A" prefix Auto5's, and this is the closest that we can get. FN made over 10,000 in this A & T series during the period. Being a lower number, it would be safe to assume that your gun was made in 1957. Value depends on condition. On the low end a well used Sweet would fetch around $400-$600. A mint in the box could bring $1800+.
The "S" identifies this as a "Sweet 16". Sweet 16's ARE Auto 5's and that serial number would place that gun in the first order made by J. Browning of 10,000. Production began in 1903, so you have a very early version.
The 9S prefix to your serial number indicates that your Browning sweet sixteen model auto-5 shotgun was made in the year 1959.
This is not a Sweet 16 serial number. Please check again and add the Letter and/or Number combination above or preceding the 10375.
Not enough info on the serial number. Browning never produced a sweet 16 with that number. Does it have an alpha above it or preceding the 9506?
There isn't a Sweet Sixteen with that number alone. A letter above it or preceeding it is required. Generally Sweet Sixteens run from $400 to $2000+ depending on year, version, and condition.
This gun was made in 1959
You are missing a letter either above or preceding the number. Please recheck
A 16 ga Auto 5 was made with that serial number in 1929, but it was not a Sweet Sixteen. Sweets were not made until 1937. Does your gun have a letter above the serial number or preceding it? If not, does the gun say Seet Sixteen on the receiver and / or have a gold trigger? If not, then your gun is the standard weight gun made in 1929. Auto5man
This serial number alone would indicate a Standard weight Auto 5 made in 1932, but it is not a Sweet Sixteen. Please check the number again. Is there a letter and or a letter and number above or preceding the 95925?
That serial number was a 16 ga standard weight made in 1928. It was not a sweet 16. Check your serial number again, what is the letter above or preceding the number?
Yes.The 5S prefix to your browning sweet sixteen indicates that it was produced by browning in 1965.