Value depends on condition. It makes a huge difference in price when the gun is in 97% or better. Most of the late 1940's guns run $300 to $600 in price. A mint gun could go for $1000+ A professional appraisal is recommended
There was/is no such thing as a 1940's vintage Winchester lever-action .410. Winchester did make a slide-action (pump) .410 shotgun called the Model 42 during the 1940s.
You are referring to, I assume, the model 11 or Sportsman. Remington produced these guns under the Browning patent in the United States during the 1940s. I am looking for an answer to a similar question and I have not gotten an answer yet, but from people I have talked to I am told that good condition gun would fetch somewhere in the $250-$350 range, depending. From a collector or resale standpoint, it seems that Browning A-5's held their value more compared to the Remingtons.
Late 1940s- early 1950s
One of the best ways to get the vintage look,is to start looking in second hand clothing shops, good will shops, jumble sales, vintage clothing emporiums and on-line vintage clothing stores. You can start to customise these items and make them your own, or mix them in with more modern styles of clothing. The most popular items that are associated with the vintage look are dresses from eras such as the 1940s, all the way through to the 1980s as well as Old 'Western' and Denim Shirts, which are really good for men, when going on a night out.
What is the question? Yes, Browning made a 3 shot Auto 5 in the 1930's and in the American made Auto 5's in the 1940s.
I have a 12ga Chicopee Arms shotgun that I inherited from my father. "Chicopee Arms" is a brand name used by the H.D. Folsom Company for selling hunting shotguns in the 1940s. Hope this helps!
what was the Jewish population in the 1940s
Sears started using the JC Higgins name on firearms in the mid 1940s and discontinued all firearms sales in the 1970s.
In the 1930s there were about 131,000,000 people living in the United States. In the 1940s this number increased to about 134,000,000.
there is a special name for an eara in the 1940s it is ragtime
Waltz, Jitterbug, Fox Trot.
Yes it is. 500000 was a lot of money in the 1940s.
No-one. No World Cup were held in the 1940s.
only 1 person had it in the entire world in the 1940s
Made between the early 1920s and 1940s by Stevens for Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett and Co. $150-$250, depending on condition.
Impossible to answer without more information.The manufacture date can be approximated by the company name.J Stevens & Co = 1864-1886J Stevens Arms & Tool Co = 1886-1916J Stevens Arms Co = 1920-late 1940sStevens = 1940s-1990
The michel Wise was the most popular car in the 1940s
1940, 1944 and 1948 were the leap years in the 1940s.
There are none, but LeBron James is amazing
jet aircraft mass production began in the 1940s