The Ted Williams name was used by Sears from 1961 to c. 1988. The 278 prefix on the Sears product number (it's not a serial number) seems to indicate a gun manufactured in Canada by Cooey, but I can't find an exact cross reference for this number. The best way to set a price on a retailer-branded gun is to go to Walmart or a sporting goods store and find the new price on a similar gun. Figure your used gun is worth from 1/2 to 3/4 as much, depending on condition.
when was the sears roebuck ted williams model 300 serial number q 41756 made
Whats a sears Roebuck 12gauge single shot serial number 626384 and model number 282 worth
i have a ted williams roebuck shootgun dont know the year but i have a serial #
The number you are referring to is not the serial number. That number is the catalog number for Sears & Roebuck. The serial number is on the bottom of the rifle. V147XXX (example). These guns are essentially a Winchester 94 made for Sears & Roebuck Company produced between 1964 through 1978. There are no records available to confirm the exact year it was produced. Hope this helps.
the model number is #57158762 and serial number is 7621447
Serial numbers are not normally found on the barrel, since by law the receiver (frame) is the gun- and a barrel is just "parts". By any chance is your 30-06 marked "J C Higgins" or "Ted Williams"? If so, that number is the Sears Roebuck model number. Many of the Sears branded rifles and shotguns do not HAVE a serial number- they were not required by US law until 1968. And yes, it is perfectly legal to own a gun that never had a serial number. REMOVING a serial number is not legal.
No. Serial numbers were not required until 1968 on rifles. Most have a Sears model number that is mistaken for a serial number
I believe that your Sears shotgun is a Winchester model 37A shotgun that was made for Sears Roebuck And Co,.
Check the barrel and receiver.
It depends on the the number of barrels, year, model, condition and serial number.
The JC Higgins583. is a High Standard. If it was manufactured after 1968, the serial number should be on the side of the receiver. If it was made before 1968, it may not have a serial number.
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The Sears Roebuck Model 20 12 gauge shotgun, serial number 5832006 is valued at $200 in very good condition. It good condition, it is valued at $125.
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Not highly valued at this time. About the same as a standard Winchester model 94 of the same age and condition, because that's what it is.
Check the receiver and barrel.
No published sn data for Ted Williams
on the receiver Serial numbers were not required on longarms prior to 1969 and most of the manufacturers of utility and 'catalog store' guns did not use them.
My 21st edition of Gun Traders Guide lists the sears model 54 in 30-30 at @$155 it was made by winchester, and has as same general specs as the model 94, no model 100 shown. Hope this helps a little. This has got to be the wierdest cooinceident I have ever seen. I too own a Ted Williams Model 100 rifle with the exact same serial number that you have listed here. I was randomly searching for rifles and values and came across this info and was shocked to learn that the serial numbers matched. Several thousand people have guns with the same number. It's a Sears Roebuck ID number, not a serial number. My model 100 has the serial # under the reciever. The blue book of firearms lists my serial # as 1964 manufacture. V88XXX.
Ted Williams guns were sold by Sears. Most date from the 60s and 70s.
Sorry, it's not a serial number. Just a lot or batch number. Probably sold through Sears & Roebuck catalog circa 1930. Too old to be useful to a hunter, too common to be a collectable. $50 - $100 if it is a single shot, $150 - $250 if a double barrel.