300 or so.
500 or so
The value is highly dependent upon which specific variation of the Model 1885 you have, the caliber, and what if any special order options it has. If you can provide me with all of the details, I can nail it down for you. I can be contacted at Win1885@msn.com Bert H.
The B78's were made for Browning by Miroku of Japan from 1973 to 1982 and the values vary a bit. A moderately used 78 in a popular caliber will run from $800 to $1500. Their popularity is apparently on the way back and Winchester has started making a Model 1885 which is basically the same gun with less flashy wood and not many chamberings. Browning had made an 1885 Model back in the 90's for a few years. I purchased a mint 6mm B-78 two years ago for $850 and thought it one hell of a deal.
Without more specific information; 100-1000 USD
Value depends on condition. Check the blue book for your guns value.
Normally I could give a general value based on the condition but in this case it also is dependent on which type, model, and variation and can vary WILDLY. The exact writing and in what location / lines on the barrel will identify this.
Wayne McLerran has written: 'Browning model 1885 black powder cartridge rifle' -- subject(s): Browning rifles, Muzzle-loading firearms
Marketed as the B78, this gun was made in Japan from 1973 thru 1982. The model was reintroduced as the model 1885 in the year 1985
Is your Winchester a falling block style single shot? If so, you have a Model 1885. The caliber is stamped on the top of the barrel between the rear sights and the frame ring.
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Have a gunsmith check your stock. It may be swelling of the wood which is hindering some of the mechanisms. I had similar problem with a Model 78.
The Patent date tells me that you have a Model 1885 Single Shot. The value can only be determined by a visual inspection and evaluation. There were many different variations of the Model 1885, and nearly (100) different cartridge chamberings, each of which has its own corresponding value range.
That is probably 22 WCF (Winchester Center Fire) which is an obsolete cartridge. If this is a single shot lever action rifle, it would be the Model 1885 and if it is a repeating rifle, the Model 1873. Any other Winchester model chambered for this round would be unusual. Both of these models were available in several configurations and the value can range from a few hundred dollars to several thousand, so a hands-on evaluation would be necessary. Assuming it is one of these, the Model 1873 with your serial would have been manufactured in 1881 and the Model 1885 in 1898, which makes either an antique according to the GCA of 1968 and BATF regulations.
Depends on caliber. www.countrygunsmith.net
The first was the Model 1885 Single Shot rifle. The second was the Model 1894 lever-action rifle. The Models 55 and 64 (variants of the Model 1894) were also made in 38-55, but in very small numbers.
The value of a gold Bismarck coin from 1885 is determined by its condition. The value can range from $75 all the way to $2,000.
I have almost the same revolver, you find out what is the value?