This greatly depends on the condition of the gun, the grade of the wood used for the stoch and forearm*, if the wood is original and not cut or shaved and if it has the oiginal but pad. Grade of wood and condition are also very subjective. With a 12k serial number it was made around 1937. To make a very complicated answer short - if the gun is 80% (very good condition) is all original, with grade I wood*, it can be worth up to about $2500. * Does not refer to the condition of the wood but the grade or grain and coloration. The grade of the wood and engraving on the gun were usually matched, in this case Grade I, but that was not always true because of custom orders.
Your Browning lightning superposed shotgun was made in the year 1968 with the serial number that you have provided.
With the serial number that you provided,your Browning superposed shotgun was made in Belguim for Browning in the year 1955.
The 72S suffix to your serial number indicates that your Browning superposed shotgun was manufactured in the year 1972,by FN of Belguim for Browning.
Your serial number of 15232 indicates that your Browning superposed shotgun was made in the year 1938.There were 1999 made that year starting with serial number 14,001 and ending with 16,000.
The browning superposed shotgun was first made in 1931.the serial number run began with the serial number 1 and ended with the serial number 2,000.
your browning shotgun was made in 1963.
If it is a Browning Superposed 12 gauge it was made in 1959.
Your browning superposed was made in 1933.
Your Browning superposed shotgun will be 57 years old this year.It was produced in the year 1955.
You need to call Browning after checking the chart here http://www.browning.com/customerservice/dategun/detail.asp?id=42 Your sn doesn't fit.
I need to know what model we are talking about? is it the citori,or is it a superposed.
Your browning superposed was made in 1968.
While you do not state weather your Browning superposed lightning is a 12 gauge,or 20 gauge.I am going to assume that it is a 12 gauge.The serial number indicates that your shotgun was made in the year 1959.If your 12 gauge Browning shotgun has between 60%-90% of it,s original finish remaining and a good set of bores it will bring between 750-1,050 dollars.The same value applies if this shotgun is a trap model also.
Browning.com has sn tables under customer service.
Your Browning superposed,over under 20 gauge shotgun was made in the year 1951;with the serial number that you have provided.
You will have to call Browning.
In order to answer your question I would need to know if your shotgun is a auto-5,browning pump shotgun(BPS) or a over-under(CItori or superposed)to give you a accurate answer?
Please redefine the question
Superposed shotguns are very collectable when in top condition. Values have a wide range due to so many variations and grades of the Superposed and other Browning Over/Unders. Value is too difficult to be accurate without seeing the gun. Condition which includes the amount of original finish and original configuration will determine value. Recommend taking it to a gun shop for appraisal.
100-1000 USD or more.