The Blue Book of Gun Values, which can be confusing (daunting?), and The Standard Catalog of Firearms, or Flayderman's Guide to Antique American Firearms, are good places to start (often appearing at a library near you). First, as you'll find, the weapon needs to be "graded" (See NRA Condition Grading Definitions... (http://www.oldguns.net/ ) Remember that these are only "guides" to help determine assumed worth of a weapon; real "value" (price, actually) is determined by the amount someone is willing to pay for the piece and your acceptance of their offer. If you are serious more than curious, take it to a "real" (certified) appraiser (or at least two to get, like, a Dr's "2nd opinion" because "your mileage may vary").
Your question does not make sense. The Model 1894 and Model 1892 are two distinctly different rifles. Since the 1894 was never chambered in .25/20, we have to assume you have a Model 1892. That caliber was not introduced until the year 1895, so we have to wonder where the '1894' in your question comes from. As to value, it is impossible to answer your question without a LOT more information. Condition is everything with collectable firearms. Also, there were a great many special order options and configurations available with the Model 1892, all of which affect value. Digital pictures would be a big help. With the information you've provided we can narrow it down to a value range between $200 and $5000. firstname.lastname@example.org
Your Winchester model 1892 which was made in the year 1911 could have considerable value.If you happen to have a take down model,or a rifle with a octagon barrel and in overall good condition.This could bring in excess of ,2000 dollars.I would have a member of the Winchester collectors assoc.evaluate your model 1892 and assess a accurate value to your rifle.
My research indicates the the Winchester model 1892 rifle was not chambered for the .218 Bee,however it was a popular rechambering for the model 1892 rifles whose bores were shot out.This is a possability in your case.I also believe that there were some Winchester model 1892 copy,s that were made by Browning and other manufactures lately.I would say that the value depends on what the market will bring.Anywhere from 350 dollars and up,depending on overall condition.
First, your Model 1892 was not made in the year 1884. The Model 1892 was introduced late in the year 1892. The serial number located on the bottom forward edge of the receiver frame will tell us when it was actually made. The "1884" date you found on the gun is the Patent date (John M. Browning invented & patented it). The collector value of your Model 1892 can only be assessed by a visual inspection & evaluation. Old Winchesters are very much like old classic automobiles... the graded condition and factory originality are the key factors in determining what they are truly worth.
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