Assuming standard grade, $3000.
Sweet Sixteens, whether Belgian or Japanese, in original excellent condition, are bringing over $1000.
That is an Auto-5 'Magnum Twenty' made in 1969. In excellent condition, they can reach $1400.
if it is indeed in excellent condition the value would be between 550-650 dollars.
If it is a Belgian 3 shot it could go from 300-$1000+ depending on condition. if it is an American Browning it would not be a sweet, but would go from $250-$800 depending on condition auto5man
Impossible to answer without knowing which model and its condition.
50 350 USD
That is not a valid Browning model designation.
@ 400 USD
50-500 USD or so
12 gauge Belgian Browning shotgun, serial #296305
The exact value of a Browning 1973 U73 22 pistol made in Belgian is actually dependent on a number of factors. Most importantly, the condition of the pistol.
These number don't identify what the gun is, nor is it a Browning Serial number. What do you mean by "32"?
Made in 1954. Standard weight 16ga, NOT a Sweet Sixteen. Even so, if it is truly in original unfired condition it would be worth well over $1500.
That is a 1938 gun. Value on the prewar guns are slightly less than the later guns. They were all engraved, but there were several different grades. You would need to have it evaluated in person. Value can range from $800 to over $10,000.
It will be marked if it is Belgian made.
This question needs to be narrowed down to Model, make, guage or caliber and also condition. There are dozens of Belgian made models and values ranging from $200 to over $30,000.
Depends on condition. $400-$1000
Depends on condition and originality. $400-$1500.