What is the value of a Stevens gallery model 80?
The Stevens Gallery no. 80 was made somewhere between 1906 and 1910. The exact date should be marked on the barrel of the rifle, it's in front of the sight on mine as Aug.23.06. Unfortunately, this rifle isn't much of a collectors item; just if it's in great condition. I had mine valued (in good condition) around $225. Good luck in getting money out of it. (Thanks to oldguns.net for more info on rifle) -Shadowman, Washington CH, OH
Your gun is made by J. Stevens A&T Co. and is called a Gallery No. 80. The gun is a pump 22 cal rifle. The one I have has a selector for Shorts, Longs and Long Rifle 22's. It also has a thumb trigger, as well as a regular trigger. It also has a round in the chamber indicator on the chanber top. They were made from 1906, to 1910, and are worth $300 in…
What is the value of a Stevens model 820B 12GA shotgun in good condition with no cracks and good bluing made between 1949 and 1954?
Your Stevens Model 820B in 80% condition would probably fetch $80.00 to $100.00 at the right time. Most of the Stevens 22 calibers and shotguns were considered utility guns and do not hold a great attraction for the serious collector. They are a fine product with a long and proud history. Hang on to your J. Stevens Arms and Tool Co. firearms. They will serve you well and when they need repairs the parts are…
What is the age value and manufacturer of a 16 gauge Central Arms Model 1929 single shot that says Proof Tested 16C on the barrel?
I can find no listing for a J. Stevens model 80. There was, though, a model #83 bolt action made in various rimefire calibers including the .25 rimfire. This firearm was discontinued in about 1942. I find it difficult to believe that many .25 caliber models were made that late though. Unless you were to find an avid Stevens collector I doubt if you could get more than $300 for it as ammo is just…
Answer 75--150 the Stevens is worth 75--150 depends on original blue and wood finish and if you find someone who wants one Recent Sales are Far More 80%-85% specimens have sold recently on internet auction site for over $200. There is an increasing interest in the Stevens Boy's Rifles.firstname.lastname@example.org
Blue Book of Gun Values shows $165 - $195 for a Stevens Favorite in 80% - 90% original finish. Standard Catalog of Firearms separates several different models and values in Good condition range from $200 to $250. i'VE JUST PURCHASED A MODEL 17 FAVORITE STEVENS AND IN MY RESEARCH, I"VE FOUND ALEAST 5 DIFFERANT MODELS OF THIS RIFLE MADE. GO TO WWW.WISNERSINC.COM FOR SOME GOOD INFO !!!!
I just bought one at a flea market for $80. It was in very good condition with the bluing at about 85%. I don't think they are a valuable piece (but I'm not a collector I bought it for plinking). I guess you can put a value on it according to condition and what a similar new .22 auto would cost. Hope this helps