about $100 if with hammers and $200 if a hammerless model
You should be able to find your gun listed in The Blue Book of Gun Values, The Standard Catalog of Firearms, or Gun Trader's Guide. Your local library should have a copy, or you can just browse through one at Barnes & Noble. I imagine the value of your shotgun would depend entirely on an independent appraisal to determine NRA grade. Look near the serial number stamping on the barrel-side surface of the forearm - is there an "F" stamped nearby? If so, I believe you have an Ithaca Flues-model double like mine, manufactured around 1910 and originally selling for about $37 (1910 dollars). I've never had mine appraised but would not sell it anyway, just because it's a hoot to shoot and stays tight with their automatic play-in-the-action-takeup thingamabob. It wouldn't be worth quite as much as the Ithaca New Model doubles that followed the Flues but should be in the ballpark, and there are a lot more New Models out there for reference. As long as you have the serial number, I should mention that information on individual guns was available from Ithaca, but that was back in 1971. Good luck, and if you keep it, good hunting! Here's something I just found that might help you - this gun may be similar to yours: http://www.dixiegunworks.com/product_info.php?cPath=21_24_66&products_id=622
Blue Book of Gun Values will help.
With the serial number that you provided,your Ithaca double barrel shotgun with the damascus barrels was produced in the year 1900.
If that is an old double barrel "New Ithaca Double" it was made in 1926.
Its an Ithaca Flues model made in 1921
it 's probably a baker model built around 1888. pbl
It sounds as if you have a Ithaca Crass model shotgun,that was produced in the year 1903 by your serial number.
You haxe a Ithaca model Flues double barrel shotgun which was made in the year 1917,by the serial number you have provided.As to value that cannot be determined without a more detailed description of the shotgun in question,to include gauge,barrel length,double trigger or single.It would also help if you describe the overall condition of this shotgun to include the amount of blueing remaining and the condition of the wood.
It sounds to me that you have a Ithaca Flues model double barrel shotgun.With the serial number that you provided,your shotgun was made by Ithaca in 1917.
it is worth about 400 dollars
Around July of 1925
The exact value of a 1909 Ithaca double barrel shotgun stagecoach model would actually be dependent upon a number of factors. The most important factor that would be considered is the condition of the shotgun.