1924. Value range 300-900 1924. Value range 300-900
Made @1924. Value depends on condition and exact configuration. Value range from a few hundred to multiple thousands of USD.
No way to answer without the sn and a detailed description.
With the serial number that you provided,your browning auto-5 16ga shotgun was made in 1924.The value can range from 350-650 dollars depending on the overall condition and a good bore.
Your serial number indicates that your Browning auto-5 shotgun was made in the year 1924.The value cannot be determined without a much more detailed description of your shotguns overall condition,barrel type(plain,solid rib,or vent rib) and original finish which remains on the wood and metal.
Your Browning auto-5 shotgun in 16ga.was produced for Browning by FN of Belguim in the year 1924,with the serial number that you provided.These fine made shotguns range in price from 375-550 dollars,depending on the overall condition of the shotgun and a finish ranging from 60%-90%.Beware that any Browning 16ga shotgun could be ordered with a 2 9/16in chamber prior to the year 1928.If you have such a shotgun the value would be half of what was quoted,and dangerious to shoot.I would have a competent gunsmith check your chamber length to be sure.
your browning model auto-5 shotgun was made in 1924.
Need the model to determine age.If you have a Browning auto-5 shotgun,then with the serial number that you supplied your shotgun was made by FN of Belguim for Browning in the year 1924.
I cannot give a correct value without a more detailed description of your shotguns overall condition,to include the bore condition,the amount of blueing remaining,and wood condition.I can say that your model 23 savage shotgun dates from 1924-1945.
Beginning with Serial Number 1 to approximately 228,000. Exact production figures are not available. Year of manufacture on Pre-World War II production is strictly a guess. Value of any used firearm depends upon condition. Look at gun auctions to get some ideas. With the serial number that you have supplied,your Browning auto-5 shotgun,if chambered in 12gauge was made by FN of Herstall,Belguim in the year 1910.If you have a 16 gauge shotgun then it was made in the year 1924 for Browning.
What condition is it in. That determines the value.
If your auto-5 Browning shotgun is chambered in 12 gauge,then it was made in the year 1924.If you happen to have a 16 gauge model auto-5 shotgun,then it was made in the year 1928.
It was made in 1924, according to "Ithaca Gun Company - From the Beginning". Value would be determined by GA, model, and condition.
1924 is considered a common date for Peace dollars. Value is $13 to $16 depending on condition.
In good condition a 1924 5 cent nickel is worth about $20.00 to $25.00 depending on condition.
28-60 $ based on condition
2.00 & up for better condition grades.
Browning Ross was born in 1924.
A 1924 dime can range anywhere from $3 to $120. This fluctuation depends on the condition and circulation of the coin.
Your Winchester model 1897 pump action shotgun which was made in 1924 will bring between 175-500 dollars,depending on overall condition and a good bore.This price is based on the amount of original finish remaining on your shotgun which will range between 10%-80%.
Made @1924. If your "excellent" is in line with what people who make a living buying/selling firearms the value range is @ 600 USD.
bitween 10-500 $ deepence on condition
Made in 1924; probably a Flues model. Value depends on gauge and condition, with smaller gauges bringing a higher price. For instance - a 20 GA in very good condition might bring $600 - $800 or so. Watch www.gunbroker.com for comparables.
The 1924 was made between 1923-24. Please state the condition of the rifle to get an estimate of value. Is it in very good, good, fair or poor condition? Does it still work. Is it broken, is it complete? All these things determine the value. Re-post your question with this information so an estimate of value can be determined. the 1924 crossman is in good condition it works and every thing on it is complete
The value of a 1924 German penny varies greatly depending upon the condition of the coin and where the coin was made. The values vary between $6.75-$81.00.