Depends on if your grandfather gave it to you after your first hunting trip with him or not. Priceless if he did.
The Ward guns were only built on the Browning Patent. Other than that Browning Arms Co. had nothing to do with them
It'll cost ya...
$75 to $125, depending on condition.
Best left to a gunsmith
Gun shop, gun show,.
100-1000 or so
I have one ,witch I got in the 1960s-it's not hear so i don't know the serial #-butt it is a 12gauge silver pigeon.
Your shotgun was made for Montgomery Wards (marked with their brand- Westernfield) by Mossberg, and is their model 550. As far as age- no way to tell. IF your shotgun does not have a serial number, it would have been made prior to 1968. <><><> Note to previous poster- Sears did not use the Westernfield brand- that belonged to Montgomery Wards. They DID use J.C. Higgins and Ted Williams as brand names.
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This gun was made in 1960
Turn of the century
can't be done without pictures/
Proofhouse.com has a store brand chart.