Seems to be a descrepency here. There were no model 36 marlins made with Microgoove barrels. The model 336 was made with a Microgroove barrel, and if that's what you have then your's was made in 1972.
The caliber should be marked on the barrel near the receiver. The Model 39 is a 22LR
Marlin Firearms Co.
most likely it is. marlin (glenfield is marlin) began using micro-grove technology in 1953.
Between 250-400 dollars,depending on overall condition.
The guide I use states it came in .22 or .32. If it had a 16" barrel, it was a .22, but longer barrels could have been either.
No. Also, Marlin does not sell the barrel for the 882 as a component part. The Model 17 barrel can be installed, but again finding the barrel is a problem. The existing barrel can be relined to .17HMR. email@example.com
Roughly 1900. Since Marlin mixed serial numbers between models on the early levers it can be hard to pin down exactly. As to caliber, look on the top flat of the barrel. firstname.lastname@example.org
It says Model 375 on the barrel.
In order to determine the exact value of a Marlin model 1892 22 caliber octagon barrel lever action firearm, a couple factors would need to be taken into consideration. Most importantly, the condition of the firearm.
There was no Model 1908, so I am assuming you are looking at the 1908 patent date on the barrel. Which is wierd, since the only .25 caliber slide-action rifles produced by Marlin were the Model 27 (.25/20) and 27S (.25 RF) which did not have the 1908 date. Please doublecheck your information.