What is the value of a Marlin model 3220CL classic serial 3220CL48?
Contact Marlin and give them the serial #.
Your serial number indicates that your Marlin model 15Y(Youth) rifle was made in the year 1986.
13650665 is the serial number. It is a Marlin 783 22 wmr rifle. what year model is it?
You will need to include the model number to get a correct answer.
We need the model and condition, not the serial number.
value.The letter E before the serial number of your Marlin model 336RC(Regular Carbine) indicates that it was made in the year 1948.
you would need to supply a serial number and model number,along with the condition of your marlin to get a value.
1975' value depends on condition
Your Marlin model 60W was produced by Marlin in the year 1995.The value of your rifle is between 45-100 dollars.
Your serial number indicates that your Marlin Golden model 39A was made in the year 1974.
I found the value of a Marlin/Glenfield (similar serial) to be at about $2,700. I'm looking too, but that's the price I was able to find.
Define old. Serial #, Model will get the answers for you.
That appears to be a Marlin serial number, dating to 1982. The Marlin Glenfield Model 25, in pristine condition, would bring $100-$125. firstname.lastname@example.org
The Marlin model 30G serial number 3512 20 gauge shotgun is valued at $350 in good condition. It is valued at $750 in excellent condition.
Sounds as if you are confusing the serial number with the model number.There is no model number 39128.Please include the model number,breif description of your marlin overall condition and the chambering,and we will get you a value.
Depending on condition,$ 800.00 to $1.500 If you are wondering when your Marlin was produced,the serial number indicates that your Marlin model 1893 rifle was made in 1904.
$150-$250 depending on condition. email@example.com
About $300, depending on condition.
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The serial number you provided indicates that your Marlin model 883 was made in 1988.The value of these rifles is between 75-120 dollars based on your marlin having between 60%-90% of its original finish remaining.