Sears was paying Ted Williams for the use of his name in the 1960's. To set a value, go to Walmart and find a similar .410 shotgun (bolt action, pump, double barrel, single shot?). Your used gun should be worth 2/3 to 3/4 as much as the least expensive new one they are offering.
No age records, most likely a Mossberg shotgun, values $50-$75.
Without a model number and the condition of the gun, impossible to answer.
100-300 USD. http://www.e-gunparts.com/crossref.asp
3 inch chambers are reletiveely new so it isn't that old
your gun was made by noble fire arms 377 vendor code around 1957 to 1962
40 years old $600.00
1945 Made by H&R for High Standard / Sears & roebuck
1945 built by Harrington and Richardson for High Standard who sold them to Sears and Roebuck
William, I bought my Ted Williams 200 from Sears in 1972 or 1973. I remember that they had a "sale" on them and I bought mine for around $125. It still works great! ! Ed
I last checked 1942 -52 as far as i can see
This gun is the same as a Savage Model 94. There were 934,000 made between 1926-1945. Depending on condition pricing is generally between $50-$125.
It was built by Savage and is similar to the Springfield 18C bolt-action shotgun. Value is up to $100 in top condition. Hard to pin down the age of the gun, the basic model was made for quite a while. If it does not have a serial number it was made before 1968. firstname.lastname@example.org
Basically the Winchester Model 1200 as built for Sears. Value under $200, made in the 1960's-1970's. email@example.com
1950's-1970's. Value around $50.
In excellent shape, with no alterations (i.e. shortened stock, etc.) it's probably worth about $200.
In order to determine the exact value of a Sears Roebuck 22 caliber, a couple different factors would need to be taken into consideration. Some of these factors would be the age and condition of the firearm.
Mid 1950's. Value up to $140. http://www.histandard.info/PDF/Sears%20Rifles.pdf
A 30-06 is a Rifle not a shotgun You must have a pump 30-06 rifle not a shotgun and do you want to sell it ?
No published sn data. 25-125 USD
At least 20 years.
Gibraltar was a trade name used by Sears Roebuck for utility shotguns made by Meriden Arms of Meriden, Connecticut or by Stevens in Chicoppe Falls, Massachusetts. It was probably made in the 1930s. Depending on condition, value is around $65. No major collector interest, value is as a shooter.
This may help with the age question. I have owned the exact same Model 21 "Sears & Roebuck" 20 Ga. 583.2079 since 1966 when I received it from my father for Christmas (new in the box). It is NOT a Ted Williams version. From what I have read on this site, the gun was made by High Standard and is their Model K2011 Flite King. It is indeed an excellent shotgun. http://www.histandard.info/PDF/Sears%20Shotguns.pdf
It was most likely built by Harrington and Richardson for sears from 1945-1955. It should fetch from $60-$100 depending on condition.
1952 by High Standard for sears& Roebuck