Google "Ithaca Featherweight". You'll see them for sale ranging from $150 in good condition to $300 and up in excellent condition. You would never get mine, I wouldn't sell it - my favorite shotgun. I would want about$250 for mine, if it were for sale. But it's not. I shot quail and pheasant in south Georgia with my Dad when I was 12 years old. I believe the place was called Pulaski Game Reserve. Anyway, we filled the bag and rode back to Atlanta. The gun has been cleaned after each use, and you can still barely see the etched hunting scene on the side of the breech. The action is still smooth, and I am popular in the duck blind, since the bottom eject doesn't throw hulls at my friends. Alan According to the blue book it's $125-$250.
Bicentennial ithica 12 guage value
Technically they are both "Featherweight", but the Deerslayer had a shorter barrel with rifle sights for shooting slugs or buckshot. It could also be fitted with a scope.
The Featherlight Deerslayer 12 gauge is a hunting rifle made by the Ithaca Gun Company. These guns are very modern and are worth around 1,000 dollars.
i payed $125 for mine then had it hotpank blued. now it looks new.
My grandfather had this gun, then my dad, now me. It is worth roughly 400-500 dollars pending condition. I recently saw one at Cabelas good condition for $475
your gun was made in 1952 it hard to say the value depends on the condition of the gun i would say it could be worth anything from $100 to $500 depends on the condition and who got the Cash to pay for it
The Ithaca model 37 has been manufactured pretty much unchanged since 1937, so you be the judge if it's a good gun. The name was changed to model 87 in 1987 but changed back to model 37 around the year 2000. I see no listing for "Featherweight" although there is a "Featherlight".
Hopkins and Allen arms co. 12ga serial #5832006