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2009-04-29 05:45:18
2009-04-29 05:45:18

It is a Model 1885. With the serial number, I can provide you with the specific year of manufacture.

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There were no serial numbers stamped on the original Winchester Mdl. 37, single shot shotgun.


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You will need to include the model of Winchester you have,and the overall condition of your shotgun to include the amount of original finish remaining to get a correct value for your shotgun.


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What you have is a Model 1885 Single Shot (high-wall) shotgun that was manufactured in the year 1913.


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Do you mean a Winchester model 37 single shot shotgun in 16 gauge?If so then your red letter shotgun will bring between 120-300 dollars based on the shotgun having between 70%-90% of its original finish.


Are you asking about a single round of ammunition made in 1924? FYI, the only fiream called a Model 24 made by Winchester was a shotgun.


Depending on condition anywhere from 75.00 dollars to 200.00 dollars.



The Winchester model 37 single shot shotgun was made by Winchester from 1936-1963.A total of 1,015,554 were made during this time span.This model was reintroduced in 1973 as the model 37-A and was made until 1981.No serial numbers were ever assigned to the model 37,as there was no law in place until the gun control act of 1968 mandating this.


I would need to know the model number of your shotgun to help you with your question.


90-200 dollars,depending on overall condition,and a good bore.


In order to answer your question correctly i would need to know the model number of your Winchester shotgun,along with the overall condition.Please include the amount of original finish remaining,and the bores condition.


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Depending on condtion, etc, they can range from 150 - 600. Made from 1936-1963. No serial number present. 1,015,554 manufactured


There is no such thing as a Winchester "single barrel single shot hammer action model 12"The Winchester Model 12 is a slide-action (pump) repeating shotgun.The only Winchester model that I can think of that remotely resembles your description is a Model 1885 falling block (lever actuated) single shot with an external exposed hammer. All of them were made in 20 gauge, with a 26" long nickel steel barrel. The upper tang (right behind the hammer) will be marked as follows; "PAT. OCT 7th 79."If that is what you have, please look on the lower tang (behind the lever) for the serial number and let me know what it is. With it, I can determine when it was made.Bert H.Bert H.I have a 20 gauge Winchester with the PAT. OCT 7TH 79. The number you asked about on my gun is 98450. Can you assist me with any information about the gun. Approximately what year it was made and I know it is hard to place a value site unseen, but can you tell me if the gun is something that would be of interest to anyone? Thank you. Gary BurgessHello Gary,The serial number on your Model 1885 is not correct (original) for a 20 GA. high-wall shotgun. In fact, serial number 98450 was originally a 1st variation Winder Musket in 22 L.R., manufactured in March of 1905.The 20 GA. high-wall shotgun was introduced in 1913 at circa serial number 113,000. I suspect that the lower tang (which is removable) on your Model 1885 was swapped out of an earlier vintage gun. If you would like to discuss this further, please contact me at Win1885@msn.com


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Your winchester model 37 single shot shotgun is valued at between 90-200 dollars based on your shotgun having 60%-90% original finish and a good bore.


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