This gun was manufactured by Anciens Etablissments Pieper, Leige, Belgium, c. 1905-1914. It should not be fired unless it is checked and approved by a competent gunsmith, so it's primary value will be as a mantle decoration - $150-$250. Value will depend on how good it looks over the fireplace. Large side hammers seem to add a bit to the decorator value of an old double, so maybe as high as $250 if you catch a buyer in a good mood. Old damascus barreled guns should not be fired unless a really-really good gunsmith has given it his approval and determined the correct ammunition (which you will NOT find at Walmart or any chain porting goods store).
serial # 301552 Ithica double barrel 20 ga. can anyone tell me value of this gun.Assuming that you have a grade I(field grade) shotgun,your Ithaca flues model shotgun will be valued at between 550-900 dollars for a shotgun having between 10%-70% of its original finish remaining,and a good set of bores.
50 bucks in good condition
Basically impossible to value with just themodel provided. Finish? Condition? Box? Papers? Length of barrel(s)?
Your browning light-12,auto-5 shotgun which was produced in 1975 is selling for between 340 dollars for a shotgun with 60% original finish,up to 650 dollars for a fine example with 95% of the original finish remaining.If your shotgun has a vent rib barrel the value runs between 415-900 dollars.This is based on a shotgun made by FN in belgium.
50-150 USD Circa 1900 Gold Hibbard doublebarrel mule eared Damascus finish shotgun. Made 1900
Not familiar with Hollinbeck, but, I have heard of Hollenbeck. What gauge? Barrel length? Finish? Any engraving?. Prices can run from 75 to 1500 and usually are in the 200 range.
Provide a DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF ALL MARKINGS, barrel length, finish
Need a detailed description of finish, condition, box, papers, all features and markings.
Your shotgun will range in price from 1,325 dollars-3,000 dollars for a shotgun with between 10%-50% of its original finish remaining,good wood,and a good set of bores.
Impossible to answer withou a DETAILED description of ALL markings, gauge, barrel length, finish, condition, box, papers, history.
Your Remington model 1900 double barrel shotgun was made from 1900-1910.There were only 98,475 shotguns made during this time frame and will be in the 300,000 block serial number range.A shotgun without ejectors will bring between 200-1,000 dollars for a shotgun showing between 10%-80% of it,s original finish on the wood and metal.A shotgun with ejectors will bring between 250-1,200 dollars for the same condition mentioned above.
Assuming you have a Browning auto-5 shotgun?The this model of shotgun which was made in 1912 by the serial number you provided will range in price from 250-575 dollars based on the shotgun having between 60%-90% of its original finish remaining,and with the vent rib barrel model bring more as it is more desirable.
your browning auto-5 shotgun was made in 1947,and the value is going for between 250 dollars for one with 60% original finish to 500 for one in 95% original finish.If it has a vent rib barrel you can fiqure 395-700 dollars with the above percentage given.
The answer that I will supply you with,will be based on your shotgun having between 60%-90% of its original finish remaining,and a good bore.If your shotgun has a standard barrel then it is valued at between 340-450 dollars.If your shotgun has a vent rib barrel,then the value will be between 415-630 dollars.
Will have to be made. Semi-inletted stocks for Crescent Hammerless shotguns can be had for around $40, but require quite a bit of expert work to finish.
Probably made somewhere between 1870 - 1910. If you were to tell everyone it was made around 1900 you wouldn't be far off either way.
Your 1952 produced browning 16ga. auto-5 shotgun is going for between 250 dollars and 550 dollars depending on the amount of original finish left on the shotgun and wood finish left.
Impossible to answer without a detailed description of all markings, finish, barrel length, condition, accessories, box, papers, type of action, etc..Can't be answered without a detailed description of all markings, action type, finish, barrel length, condition, accessories, box, papers, etc..
The 9S prefix to your serial number dated your browning sweet sixteen shotgun to 1959.As to the value you have 3 distinct values based on the barrel design that came with your shotgun.The values that I am going to list is based on your shotgun having a finish of from60%-90% original finish on the metal and wood,along with a good bore.first if your shotgun has a plain barrel then the value would be 425-725 dollars.If your shotgun has a solid matte barrel then the value is between 600-950 dollars.Last if your shotgun has a vent rib barrel then the value would be 675-1,050 dollars.
Provide a detailed description including gauge, barrel length, all markings, overall condition and finish.
The three values that I am going to list are values based on a shotgun having between 60%-90% original finish on the metal and wood,along with a good bore.First a shotgun with a plain barrel is 425-725 dollars.Second a shotgun with the solid matte rib barrel is 600-950 dollars.Last a shotgun with a vent rib barrel is 675-1,050 dollars.
Your Browning auto-5 shotgun has the correct serial number.The X identifies that your shotgun was made by FN in Belgium for Browning in the year 1952.these shotguns will range in price from 375-550 dollars,depending on the amount of original finish remaining,a good bore,and the type of barrel that your shotgun has.The most desirable is the vent rib barrel.Browning also had the plain barrel and the solid matte rib barrel available.
There is no way to age your browning auto-5 shotgun without a serial number.As to the value,this would be 450 dollars for a shotgun in the condition that you describe.I can say that the Browning auto-5 standard weight shotgun in 16gauge was made from 1946-1964.
Your Browning Light Weight 20ga auto-5 shotgun which was made in Belguim by FN for Browning in 1964 will have a value of between 460-600 dollars for a shotgun with the plain barrel,and a remaining finish of between 60%-90%.If you have a vent rib barrel 20ga.then the value would be between 575-850 dollars for a shotgun with the same percentage of original finish as quoted above.