Probably no more the $90 since it lacks a serial number. It may be looked on as possibly stolen and many gun dealers want no part of it.
Its value is between 275-350 dollars.
It's a 1955 since it has the 'N' prefix. I would guess that you could get $350 for it in good shape at auction. But I'm just guessing. I have a 1956 model with the 'P' prefix.
$350-400 in PERFECT shape.
MSRP new was $447.00. The serial tells that it was made in 1995 (first 2 #'s minus 100). You could get between 340-400 if it is in PERFECT shape.
It could be anywhere from $300 to $750, depending on what kind of shape it is in.
1952 gun. In excellent shape, can reach $300. In typical shape, $200. firstname.lastname@example.org Try reposting with a description of the condition. Without that it could be a $50 gun, or a $250 gun.
I have a 1891,1894 with the patent numbers and in really great shape the price will be about $2000.00 to $2600.00 dollars i seen one at a gun show it was in bad shape he wanted $1200.00 for it
"08" would make your gun a 1992 vintage. Value is around $200 in good shape, maybe a bit more in like new.
IN CANADA ABOUT $300 TO $500 ,IN THE US A BIT MORE!
the value is based on the shape it is in for great shape it would fetch 500 to 800 at auction
50-2000 USD depending on specifics.
If the gun is in perfect shape it is worth not more than $100
$80- $150, if it has the magazine, and if it's in decent shape.
I just turned 60 years old (Oct. 2007). I bought a used marlin golden 39-A mountie serial # R 196XX. It could not have been more than ten years old? Very accurate and it came with a Lyman peep sight as well as iron sights. 16 Micro Grove barrel. One of my best and favourite guns. Lots of memories. A most beautiful gun. The year of manufacture for S = 1958-1959.
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My wife received one of these Glenfield Model 60s new around 1974 plus or minus a year. It has a serial number 23XXXXXX. A serial number of 23XXXXX would have been manufactured in 1977. To figure out the Mod. 60 Glenfield/Marlin is to subtract the first two numbers from 2000. For example, my rifle with the squirrel on the butt is serial # 22XXXXXXX therefore it is made in 1978. What I would like to know is if the rifles with the squirell on them were made for a particular customer or store? Tim I received a model 99 Marlin .22 with a squirrell on the stock in 1968. It was purchased by mail from Spiegel for around 50.00. I don't know if that info helps... I bought one at either Walmart or Kmart back in 1978. I am looking for the magazine tube for it. Randy Tim, I have a Glenfeild 22 long marlin that was my mothers, Serial 20xxxxxx, it has a squirrel on the handle also, i live in New Mexico, have no idea where the gun was purchased originally but will be working to find out, I am pretty sure however the gun is bought locally to New Mexico.... Chuck I have a Glenfield/Marlin Model 60 with the squirrel on the grip, that my Dad purchased in the early 70's, can't remember the exact year.... (the serial number begins 72xxxxxx), so possibly 1972. I do remember that we bought it at Sears & Roebuck, in North Carolina. I still have the rifle, it's in good shape and works great! Joe
$2000 for a non turbo in great shape and $4000 for a turbo in great shape
NEW around $500. USED in good shape $300 - 350
anywhere from $500.00 to several thousand depending on the shape the weapon is in.
A serial number is useless without knowing which company made the horn.
first is a Winchester or a marlin? what calibre? what shape? condition is all important in gun values
If it is in great shape $100 to $200. I know someone who would buy it from you. email@example.com