1943 was the year of largest production of this rifle at Long Branch Arsenal, with in excess of 325,000 made. In 5 years of production , Long Branch made over 925,000 No. 4 Mk1* rifles, and about 15,000 of these were No. 4 Mk1's.
In good condition, without the large "billboard" import mark, between $200-$300.
In the UK £300 is a fair price!
Long Branch Arsenal was located just west of the city of Toronto, in Canada. They also made Bren, Sten, and Browning GPMG machine guns, as well as the Browning Hi Power 9mm semi auto pistol. The frist Browning 9 mm I was issued in the Canadian Forces, in 1970, was a Long Branch model, made for the Chinese Nationalist Army, in 1943, but never shipped to China. It had Chinese markings, as well as English markings.
7.7x56R, more commonly sold as the .303 British.
If still in the original configuration, these were chambered for the .303 Enfield, aka .303 British.
Between $100 and $400, depending on the exact model and most importantly, the condition.
50-275 USD or so
There were no British Pennies minted from 1941 to 1943 inclusive.
No 1941, 1942 or 1943 British Pennies were minted. Pennies were only minted for the colonies using the 1940 dies.
That's going to depend. If the nickel plating was done on any official basis, such as creating a rifle for ceremonial guard duties, it could be worth several thousand Dollars. However, if the nickel plating was done aftermarket after the rifle was taken out of military service and released to the public, it's going to depreciate the value of the rifle considerably.
Such a coin does not exist. The last British Half-Farthing was issued in 1868.
There were no British Half-Sovereign coins minted from 1938 to 1979 inclusive
Your rifle was manufactured sometime between 1943 and 1947. The value will depend on condition and any unusual features. Have the rifle professionally appraised.
Depends on in which nation the rifle was built.
No such thing. In 1943, the British were still using the bolt action Lee-Enfield rifle, and didn't even consider a semi-auto until 1947, when they tested prototypes of the Fabrique Nationale FN49 in 7.92x57. Additionally, the British never fielded the 6.5x55 cartridge.
These are valued at between 350-500 dollars depending on the overall condition of the rifle.
The Mossberg 44US began production in 1943. the 44US(b) was made in 1946-1947, and was replaced by the 44US(c).
What is value of a 1943 confederation helvetica 20 coin
Such a coin does not exist. Canada has not used the British sterling currency system since the mid-19th century.
1933 to 1943
Yugoslav variant of the Mauser.
it is not rare enough to have any value [will have value in about 3 years]
British Antarctic Survey was created in 1943.
The value of a 1943 Silver Mercury Dime in circulated condition is about $3; in uncirculated condition, $7 to $8.