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What is the selling price of a cal 35 Remington patent 1910?

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2004-06-01 20:57:11
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The Stevens High Power was available in four grades. The lowest grade (425) has a plain walnut stock & forearm. The Blue Book of Gun Values, 25th Ed suggests a value of $295 in 60% condition and $650 in 100%. The next step (430) has a checkered stock and forearm and values are listed as $450 and $950. The 435 has fancier checkering and engraved borders on the receiver and lever, $650-$1400. Top of the line (440) has engraved game scenes on the receiver and engraving on the forearm tip, $1000-$2950.

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