According to the Blue Book of Gun Values, assuming that is in working condition and has not been altered from its factory configuration, the Model 49 Saddle Gun is valued at $40 if it retains 60% or less of the original finish and $145 in 100% original condition. Add 20% to the value for a Deluxe Model. There was also a Presentation model with a gold plated trigger and hammer, engraved receiver, and fancy walnut stocks that is valued at about 2 1/2 times the basic model and a St. Louis Bicentennial model (a deluxe model with this name inscribed) which sold for $35 new in 1964 and is now valued at $325 in 100% condition.
its a 49 22 cal made by Ithaca single action
Most were single shot lever actions. Operate lever to open action, insert cartridge, close action.
MODEL 49 INTRODUCED IN 1961 DROPPED IN 1976
22 Long Rifle
In short, no. I have a single shot lever action Ithaca rifle, and a turn action Garcia Bronco .22. There have been auto ejecting single shots, and a LOT of bolt action single shots. The "trapdoor" Springfield rifle was not a break action.
i saw a model 66 single shot lever action on guns America for 285.00
This model was manufactured from 1973 to 1978 by Erma Werke in West Germany for Ithaca.