In 100% condition, this gun is booked at $300.
I own a model 500, serial # 193258, that I bought new about 1965,BM,(before married). It has been lightly used, mostly trap shooting at that time. I think that the value you have of $300 is very low for a mint condition side by side, if you can even find one. If the mint is available at that price, let me know.
The value of a Charles Wembley shotgun varies greatly depending on the age, length of barrel, and condition. Most are worth at least $200 even in poor condition.
The value of a 410 shotgun manufactured by Marholt Peter Longo in Austria depends on its condition. This gun in mint condition is valued between 1800.00 and 2250.00 as of 2014.
Impossible to answer without a detailed description of ALL markings.
$300-500 depending on finish / condition (speaking shooter condition) Auto5man
Depending on the condition of the gun, it can go anywhere from $800 to $1500. The serial number indicates that the shotgun was manufactured around 1902.
The value of a Charles Daily 12 gauge semi auto shotgun is between $200 and $500 depending on the condition. These shotguns were used extensively for sport shooting and hunting.
The value of a Charles Daly 12 gauge side by side empire grade 3 magnum shotgun is determined by condition. This gun in good condition is valued between 250.00 and 399.99 as of 2014.
Where can you find parts for your Charles daily shotgun
The Ithaca brand shotgun was manufactured in New York. I don't know if this is the one you were looking for.
These guns were manufactured a limited number of years. The gun was considered a utility gun in poor condition 75.00 in mint condition 300.00.
1968. 100-500 USD depending on condition and configuration.
This Shotgun was manufactured by the Mossberg Company.
Actually, it was manufactured by the Crescent Firearms Company and distributed by HD Folsom. "Charles Richter" was a trade name used by the New York Sporting Goods Co in New York around 1900. Value is as a wallhanger decoration, about $200 if in very nice condition, and the gun should not be fired with modern ammunition. email@example.com
The LeFever New Nitro 12 gauge shotgun was manufactured from 1936 to 1948. If it is in good condition, it can be worth about $400 to $500.
If it is really mint (unfired, practically untouched since it was manufactured), it might bring over $200.
Need to know action type, gauge, barrel length, finish, condition, box, accessories, etc..
Your Winchester shotgun was manufactured in 1914.
It was manufactured from 1937-1965 and currently valued in great condition without refinishing at around $200.
Manufactured by Stevens for Sears Roebuck. Worth $25 to $75, depending on condition. Might break $100 if still in factory-new condition.
The value of a Westpoint shotgun will depend on the weapon's condition. If in excellent condition the shotgun is worth $500.