Must be appraised by a professional.
Almost nothing unless you can prove it left the factory with a nickel finish.
Requires professional appraisal.
10-500 USD or so
No.As a matter of fact I have no records of Winchester ever making a model 6!Could you be thinking of the Winchester model of 1906 .22cal.rifle?
First your serial number indicates that your Winchester model 62 was made in the year 1942.The model 62 was never produced by Winchester with a Nickel plated finish from the factory.These gallery guns were used through out the country at circus,s and thats where the term gallery gun comes from(shooting galleries).at some point in time a circus owner or private individual had your model 62 nickel plated.
The Nickel plated jewelry can be cleaned in a vinegar solution or mixture. Steel wool can also be used to clean the nickel plated jewelry.
No, because a plated metal is not a mixture of elements.
I can tell you that by your serial number your Winchester model 1906 rifle was made in the year 1919. I can also say that this model was made from 1906-1935,with a total production figure of 731,852.I must say Bert that I am not aware of any nickel plated parts for the model 1906,but that does not mean that they were not made.They also could have been Nickel plated at any time after production also.
Being made during that time span I am not sure if iron will hold a nickel plating.I am surprised that you would want to destroy the collection value of such a early made Winchester rifle by attempting to Nickel plate the barrel of this rifle in the first place.All Winchester collectors would be willing to pay a handsome price for a original Winchester model 1866 rifle.
probably some time after it was made. the military model was not nickel plated.
By the color, obviously. NIckel plated flutes are slightly golden and well, silver plated, they have silver color.
These are ranging in price from 250-600 dollars depending on overall condition and a good bore.
assuming it was nickel plated after market, it would lose value for that reason.....
Nickel is the only metal chromium will bond with, therefore an object must be nickel plated before being chrome plated or "chromed"
Silver plated nickel will have no resale value.
Electro Plated Nickel Silver.
no it is not
The Nickel-Plated West - 1924 was released on: USA: 22 November 1924
The cast of The Nickel-Plated West - 1924 includes: Harry Sweet
The Iraqi coins made for general use since 1960 are made of nickel, copper-nickel, stainless steel, copper plated steel and nickel plated steel.
No. Any cent plated with nickel was altered outside of the mint. That makes it a damaged coin worth 1 cent only.
Worse . . . nickel wears out sooner and is the most allergy-causing of the common metals.