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What is the value of a Stevens 22LR pat April 17 1894 sn D 413 in good contition?

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That's April 17 1894. It is a version of the Stevens Favorite boy's rifle. Value ranges from under $100 for beat-to-hell to several hundred for really nice original condition. sales@countrygunsmith.net


Stevens Arms was created in 1894.


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I wish I knew the answer to this as well as I have the same gun. The only thing I can offer is that it should be noted that it has an octagonal barrel and a falling block/breech, and most importantly the patent date is April 17, 1894 NOT April 1794. J Stevens A & T was only in business between about 1886 and 1914 approx. this is wreckmaster96739, i have in my possesion a j Stevens a and t co. u s patent apr. 1794,it's a 22 long rifle ser. # 40279. it was my grandfather's grandfarther's gun. I'm courious what the value is.


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This is probably an 1894 Favorite. Depending on condition, it is worth $125(poor) to $400 (excellent). A drawback is the scarcity of .25-caliber ammunition.


Value of the 1894 Stevens Favorite in .22 caliber is hugely dependent on the gun's condition. Complete guns in rough condition seem to start at about $100 at gunshows and on-line auction sites (but shipping adds to the cost). Really clean examples with good wood, good blue and strong case color can be realistically priced as high as $400, although it takes a picky collector to pay that much. The 1894 in average condition probably is worth $150 to $200.


Jack Egan debuted on April 30, 1894 and played his final game on April 30, 1894.


That patent date would be in 1894, not 1994. You have a version of the Stevens 'Favorite' boys rifle. Can be collectable in excellent condition and/or rare variations, but the more common variants in typical condition rarely exceed $200. sales@countrygunsmith.net


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First of all, it wasn't manufactured in 1794. It was patented April 17, 1894. It could be any of several Stevens Favorite or Ideal rifles manufactured between 1894 and the 1930s (or even the versions re-introduced in the 1970s and 1990s). Values for most models range from about $100 in poor condition and around $300 in excellent condition. Being chambered for the obsolete .32 rimfire is going to hurt the value since it will cost a couple of dollars to make it go BANG.


Current average value of a certified PR-65 1894 Barber dime is $1,400.00.


The No 26 Crack Shot was built from 1913 to 1939. That version of the company name was not used until 1920, when Stevens became a division of Savage Arms. Regarding a rifle stamped J. Stevens A. T. Co. Pat. 1794: The name J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co, (or A&T Co) was used from 1886 to 1916. That patent date (April 17, '94 is 1894, not 1794) appears on several models. Whichever model you have seen, it must have been made sometime between 1894 and 1916. Without knowing the model and condition, I can't give you a value. It could be $125 for a #12 in poor condition to $2800 for a #54 in excellent condition.


What condition is it in, that determines the value.


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The Stevens model 44 Ideal single shot rifle,which was chambered for .22LR thru 44-40WCF cartridges was produced from 1894-1932.


The Stevens model 44 ideal single shot rifle was made from 1894-1932.The model 44 1/2 Stevens single shot was made from 1903-1916.


The "April 1794" refers to April 17, 1894. Stevens didn't exist until the late 1800s. The gun you mention is probably a Stevens Favorite. All Favorites made between 1894 and 1915 carry that "April 17'94" designation. Price depends heavily on condition. The Favorite is quite popular with "boy's rifle" collectors. Ones in poor to fair condition can be found for less than $100. Ones in excellent condition carry prices of as much as $500. Most in average condition sell on-line in the $125 to $225 range. Ones in equal condition are often a bit higher at gun shows.


I'm unsure of the value but your rifle was built in 1898, i also own an 1894 in 38-55 and mine was built in 1894


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your model 1894 was made in 1950,as for value might I suggest you purchase a copy of S.P. fjestad blue book of gun values.this will help you put a value on your rifle.


No one made mohurs in 1894. So, it is most likely fake


Face value. it is a modern coin. from 1994


it depends on what it is coronet head half eagle $5.00 -1894 $225.00-$35000 it depends on grade ,1894-0$ 225.00 $-7000. 1894-s$$225.00-$2000


your Winchester model 1894 was made in 1908.without more information on the condition of your rifle it would be hard to put a value on it.



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