What is the value of a Remington Model 11 F Grade Premium raised rib shotgun made in 1913 in very good condition?
Could be over $3000 if in near-new condition with no wear.
This will depend on what type of insurance and what the reason was for the premium being raised. If your auto insurance was raised because of an accident, ticket etc then the rules of the company and/or the state will drive the answer. In CA an accident is generally not counted against you after three years, a ticket after five. A DUI would be longer. Homeowners
What is the age and value of a Browning shotgun 16 gauage with 2 raised ribbed barrels 1 is 28 full choke 1 is 26 cylinder bore Serial 37725?
no he used a Remington 12 gauge shotgun one of the most common weapons on the planet but he had a glock 22 in 40. caliber smith Wesson and a AR15 type weapon he was not a criminal and had no history of mental illness so he was able to buy of this legit at any place that sells firearms because he was a law abiding Citizen until the shootings so his back round check…
Life Insurance Policies are going to get costlier too. The service tax on the premium for policies where the mortality charges are explicit has also been raised on the charges. For other policies, the service tax on the gross premium for the first year has been hiked from 1.5% to 3%, while subsequent premiums will be taxed at 1.5%.
Well, it should have rims on both sides and be properly struck, so I'd say it's worth 1 cent. If the rims seem higher than normal, it may be an early strike from a new set of dies. Coin Market lists a retail value of 25 cents for either 1978 P or 1978 D Lincoln Cents in Premium Uncirculated condition.
If the coin is in fair-fine condition (very worn) it may only be worth around 50p-£2. If it is in very fine condition (has some wear on raised surfaces) around £10. If it is extremely fine (virtually no wear) around £60. If in uncirculated condition around £275-300. The value heavily depends on the condition. About 95% of these coins are in fair-fine condition.
Yes, they certainly can. If the insurer finds additional information on your driving record such as undisclosed tickets or accidents and/or other risk factors such as undisclosed drivers or work related risks involved with your policy they can adjust your rates accordingly or even cancel the policy. To avoid cancellation or premium up-rates to your policy it is always best to answer all questions truthfully and disclose all pertinent factors to the insurer at policy…
I once owned a Savage Fox 12 gauge double. I think it was a "B". It had a rather broad forearm, raised rib and a rear bead. A fox's head was engraved on the bottom in front of the trigger guard. I think I paid about $300.00 for it (used of course).Best shotgun I ever had - but It was destroyed in a fire over 17 years ago. Hope this helps.
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A British 1855 copper Farthing (QV), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to £145 GBP. If it has been circulated but still in good condition, it might fetch anything from £5 to £60 GBP. A British 1855 copper Farthing (QV)(WW raised), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to £145 GBP. If it has been circulated but still in good condition, it might fetch anything from £8 to £60 GBP…
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