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.
Please include the serial number to get a correct answer to your question.
Impossible to answer without more informaiton. Model? Caliber/gauge? Type of action?
Impossible to answer without a detailed description of all markings, caliber and type of action.
Virtually impossible to determine caliber by just the serial number.
Only one rifle was made as a lever action in .243Win caliber,and that was the model 88 rifle.With the serial number that you have provided,your winchester model 88 was made in the year 1961.
Without a serial number, caliber, barrel length, type of action or model number , no way to come close to guessing
It is a lever action rifle made by winchester in 1971,and either chambered in 30-30 Win,or .32 Winchester special caliber.
The only way of answering your question is to have you provided the model number of your Winchester .22cal rifle and the serial number,to date the year of manufacture.
Rifle or shotgun? What type of action; bolt, pump, semiauto, lever? What caliber or gauge?
Need a detailed description of all markings/features, caliber/gauge, action type, etc..
It was introduced in 1934. There is a website called Winchester Collector that might be helpful.