From a site listed above I found that the SN on my dads gun dates it to 1903-1936. Apparently they can't narrow it down more than that. Value? -- Assuming it is a 12 gauge -- It was made in 1930. The value question can not be answered without seeing some good quality digital pictures. firstname.lastname@example.org
Browning.com has sn data under customer service.
Browning Auto-5 'Light Twenty' made in 1967. Value from $450-$1000.
You have at least one too many numbers in your serial number. try again
If that is the complete serial number, 1924.
50-500 uSD. Browning does history letters for a reasonable price.
It's a 'Light 20' made in 1963. Value depends on condition and can easily get over $1000.
That is an Auto-5 'Magnum Twenty' made in 1969. In excellent condition, they can reach $1400.
With the serial number that you provided,your browning auto-5 16ga shotgun was made in 1924.The value can range from 350-650 dollars depending on the overall condition and a good bore.
Light-12 made in 1960.
The gun was made in 1952. How is it marked on the left side of the receiver? email@example.com
check the web sites gunsamerica, auctionarms, and gunbroker.
your standard weight browning auto-5 was made in 1964.
You will have to call Browning.
This is a 16ga Auto 5 made in 1953.
your browning auto-5 shotgun was made in 1947.
That is not the complete serial number. Value is going to depend on condition, and without further information is impossible to guess.