This serial number is from 1929. The rifles value depends on many things..bore wear, muzzle wear, throat erosion, stock condition, does it have any special paperwork as to previous ownership, are all the numbers matching, is it a National Match rifle and the list goes on from there. Market value on a post WW1 1903 Springfield will start at about $200.00 and go up from there. Take it to a few local gun shops and ask them to give you an aproximate valve on it. But don't let someone talk you out of it until you are comfortable with the value of the rifle, some sell for as much as $3500.00 if everything is in its favor. Rifles manufactured prior to or during WW1 are of greater quality and value and should bring $400 and up depending on condition and care during the past 90+ years. If you think you have an heirloom, disassemble and examine for rust, the worst enemy off firarms.
Are you sure it says ARMORY and not ARMS?
Your springfield armory made M-1 Garand with serial number 5,843,454 was produced in the year 1955.
Your Springfield armory made M-1 Garand with a serial number of 5,449,068 was produced in the year 1954.
Your model 1898 krag was made by springfield armory in 1899.
your springfield 1911 was made in 1914
With the serial number that you provided,your Springfield model trapdoor rifle was made by Springfield armory in 1883.
My records indicate that Springfield Armory last serial number for the M-1 garand was 6,020,771.That places your serial number to high.Please check again,and repost your question.
Your springfield armory model 1903 springfield rifle was made in 1932.
Your serial number indicates that your 1898 Springfield rifle was made in the year 1898.