A model 61 Winchester is a collectable rifle that would be no problem selling. An octagon barrel is a plus on the value side. If it is a single caliber, meaning .22 long only, or .22 short only, also a plus. Condition is everything as far as value. Could be any where from $200. in poor condition to $2500 in mint condition. If interested in selling, I recommend Auction Arms, or Gunbroker.com. Sell at no reserve, and it will bring top dollar on either of these sights. Make sure to provide excellent photos with closeups. Regards, holeinthewall.com
$50-$150, depending on condition. Most were low dollar guns.
Your 1894 Winchester which was made in 1915,is a early production gun.these rifles,or carbine,s are seeing price,s in the 500-1900 dollar range depending on the amount of original finish remaining on the wood and blueing on the metal surface,s.The factory options available at that time could enhance the value also.These would include a takedown version of the gun,and fancy ordered wood ,special checkering and optional octagon barrel length,s.It would be a good idea to have your rifle looked at by a member of the Winchester collectors assoc. and valued.
The paper dollar is worth about $5 in uncirculated condition -- the coin dollar is worth about $15 in uncirculated condition
the 1972 Kennedy half dollar is worth 50 cents in circulated condition, or about a dollar in uncirculated condition
A 1879-S Morgan Dollar in MS60 condition is worth: $45.00.
If it is in uncirculated condition it is worth $4.00. Below that condition it is pretty much worth a dollar.
Impossible to answer without more information. Model 1886 or Model 71? Condition? Alterations? If you can send digital pictures it would help a lot. firstname.lastname@example.org
If its in good to excellent condition it can be pricely. Depending on the condition it can fetch $500 to $800
A 1900-S Morgan dollar is worth $25-30 in average condition and nearly $200 in uncirculated condition.
With the recent fluctuation of values of Winchester, it is difficult to give a precise figure. Bottom dollar would be in the range of $500 and up for a very good to excellent gun.
1899-O Liberty Silver Dollar: good condition-$11.00, mint condition-$180.00
Whatsthe value on 1935 A 1935 D, silver dollar certificates..? good condition.
The Petro dollar market is the relationship between the cost of a good or service in relation to the barrel of oil. Products or services will go up or down in relation to the barrel of oil prices.
You have Mossberg and then New Haven, depending on condition these are usually valued between $50-150 with the New Havens bringing the top dollar. Again, this based on condition, pits, scratches, and rust on the barrel/chamber will and do lower the value. Stock condition drops as well with any wear too.
Britain did not produce a "Dollar" coin.
If it was in perfect condition it's fake.
The value of a US 1964 half dollar in circulated condition is around $10. in uncirculated condition they are worth around $16.
Your rifle as described should bring between 2,500 dollar up to 3,700 dollars based on a original finish remaining of 60% to 80%,and a good bore.It is in a rarer caliber(32-40)WCF,and has the octagon barrel.Your serial number should be below 148,000.
In circulated condition $15.00 to $30.00
This depends on the type of dollar, the condition of it, and what ballplayer signed it.
It depends if this coin is the peace dollar or the Morgan dollar. Both were made in 1921.