The Model 37 was the "workhorse" of the company, and was made in many different gauges and for different uses - i.e., a "riot gun", trench gun", deerslayer, turkey gun, etc., etc. Each of those variables impacts the value, just as does the condition of the gun. If you are talking about the "standard" 12 GA Model 37 Featherweight for general use, and it is in good condition, I see prices in the $150 - $250 range on Gunbroker.com. You might want to log on and see what the market is offering. What Ithaca 37? I guess in general you can figure 50 to 2000 bucks...
how much is an Ithaca model 37 shotgun worth in fair condition
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From a recent internet search, a 16 gauge fetches roughly $385.
The Ithaca model 37 feather-light 12 gauge shotgun serial number 371269762 is valued at $200 in fair condition. In good condition, it is valued at $925.
Depends entirely on age and condition - neither of which is indicated in the question, so no way to answer.
need information on stevens-springfield model 37 410 shotgun
1951 Model 37
You will need to contact Ithaca. Published sn's do not go that high.
model 37 around $500 in good condition
1956.....#'s 602,000-652,000 were produced in 1956.
Depends on gauge, markings, etc. 12 GA probably in the $400-$600 range.
Made in 1949
The question can't be answered without a sn.
It your shotgun a Model 37-S or 37-T ?
The Ithaca Model 37 was first introduced in 1937, and has been in continuous production since. See www.ithacagun.com for more history, and the current versions of this venerable shotgun.
about 300.00 to 400.00 depending on the condition
I recently sold mine for $325
The Ithaca 37 was introduced in 1937 (model named for year), and you have a very early one. Pre-war Model 37's usually rate about a 30% premium over book value. The Model 37 itself is anything but rare, however, with over 2 million produced. Book value for a Model 37 Standard Grade ranges from $75 (poor) to $250 (excellent), while the Skeet Grade ranges fro $100 to $500. The pre-war premium gets added to that value.
Made in 1968
A model 37 with the serial # 10464 was produced in 1939.
Depends on the condition, but if good, probably in the $225-$275 range. These are pretty common.
Dont believe the Ithaca 37 ever used an 'A' prefix. There was an 'M' prefix used on 37's made after 1996. email@example.com