If you have the original box and papers, you gun is worth $1200. Less 200 if no box.
Winchester 1873 s/n 66557 was manufactured in 1881. The condition and verification should be done by an expert. I understand that the Cody Museum can provide a letter as to the factory shipped configuration of the rifle and, as there were many factory options available on that rifle, a professional apprasial should be considered. Depending on condition and options, the rifle can run to $9500 and the carbine to $12000.
the letters A & B denote minor factory changes
Your Winchester was manufactured in 1949. The value will depend on the condition and factory features. You should have the gun appraised by an advanced collector. Look on line for Winchester clubs in your area.
The value of any Winchester Model 94 is determined by the era in which it was manufactured, the factory originality, and the graded condition. A proper value estimate requires a visual inspection & evaluation. Bert H.
NIB New in the Box condition,un-fired and with sleeve that rifle was shipped in from factory is $2000.00 to $2250.00. Most however range from $1500.00 to $1800.00 un-fired.
1888 at the New Haven, Connecticut, factory.
Your Model 94 was manufactured in 1908 and may have significant value, depending on condition and any factory features. It rates a professional appraisal by an advanced collector. Locate a Winchester collector club in your area.
World War II production, and factory records are inconsistent between 1941-1945. Value depends on exactly which variation you have (flat-band 'Eastern' carbine, saddle-ring carbine, rare markings, etc) and, above all, originality and condition. firstname.lastname@example.org
The value will be a direct function of the following factors; # The specific caliber (e.g. 30 W.C.F., 32 W.S., or 25-35 W.C.F.) # The specific variation (e.g. Sporting Rifle, Deer Rifle, Carbine, or Deluxe Carbine. # The graded condition. # Factory originality.2
The collector value of your Model 1894 Trapper Carbine can only be assessed by a visual inspection & evaluation (appraisal). Old Winchesters are very much like old classic automobiles... the graded condition, the factory originality, and the specific configuration are the key factors in determining what they are truly worth.
That is impossible to say witthout appraising the gun because the value will depend on the condition and any factory features. This gun rates a professional appraisal from an advanced collector. Contact a Winchester collectors club in your area.
If this is a Model 94 Winchester (because they made other models chambered in 30-30) then it was manufactured in 1950 and has significant potential value, depending on condition and any factory features. You would be well advised to obtain a professional appraisal.