As with any firearm, it is not possible to accurately appraise a gun without seeing it. Recommend that you see a local gun dealer for an appraisal. You can also do your own investigation by looking at other models being sold that are in the same condition as yours. Try the gunbroker.com or a periodical called "The Gun List" You can also reference the Blue Book of Gun Values which can be purchased on line at various retailers.
depending on overall condition $350 - $500
0-500 USD depending on exact configuration and overall condition.
Your browning model superposed could bring between 550-1,500 dollars depending on overall condition,and a good bore.
0-500 USD depending on exact configuration, accessories, and overall condition.
Your browning BAR which was made in 1981 is currently valued at between 450-650 dollars depending on the overall condition of the firearm.
Can't be answered without a detailed description of ALL markings, finish and overall condition.
As long as your Browning model auto-5 shotgun is not chambered in 16ga with a 2 9/16in chamber,then the value will be between 350-550 dollars depending on overall condition.
Depending on the exact configuration, age, overall condition, finish, box, papers, etc., a few hundred to a thousand or more in USD.
Between 200-500 dollars,depending on overall condition and a good bore.Your serial number indicates that your Browning auto-5 shotgun was made in the year 1926.
With the serial number 2m-83490,you have a Browning auto-5 standard weight shotgun that was manufactured in Belgium for Browning in the year 1962.The value will range in price from 375-550 dollars,depending on the overall condition of the shotgun and a good bore.
these auto-5 shotguns are currently valued at between 450-650 dollars depending on the overall condition of your shotgun.
Your Browning BAR which was made in the year 1989 will bring between 550-650 dollars on today,s market depending on overall condition,and a good bore.