A used Ithaca model 72 saddle gun in excellent condition is worth around $500.
500 USD or so
Cabela's has one for sale right now for $849, excellent condition. I've seen then go for anywhere from $400 - $1000.
Ithaca 500 model shotguns were imported by SKB (japanese manuf.). They are currently selling on gunbroker.com for $600-$1200 depending on condition.
Depends on the model and condition. An Ithaca Mdl 37 Featherlight in 16 g in excellent condition is $500-$600 at retail.
In good original condition, 500-1000 dollars.
$450-$500 in excellent condition. $200 for a beater. email@example.com
200-500 depending on condition
According to SKB's web site, the model 500 was marketed by Ithaca from 1969 to 1978. The one in my collection, a 12-gauge, has s/n S 5550909. -DAW-
model 37 around $500 in good condition
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
around $500 in very good shape maybe more if it is a high grade in great shape
This model sells anywhere from 250 dollars to 500 dollars. The determining factors are, as always what kind of condition the firearm is in.
about 400 -450 used and about 500 new
Try gunpartscorp.com or auctionarms.com or go to a gunsmith
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.
You have an Ithaca Flues model made in 1914 you did not mention condition, straight or pistol grip, beavertail or splinter forearm, ejectors or extractors steel or damasscuss barrels or the choke markings on the barrel flats. 500-3000
You might be able to find some comparatives at gunbroker.com in the "Ithaca section". Ones that I have seen have sold for $350- $500, depending on condition, and how badly a purchaser wanted that particular model.
The gun was made by SKB in Japan and imported by Ithaca, starting in 1966. I don't know when your particular gun was made.
It isn't a Remington Model 100 it is a Winchester Model 100 and depending on the value they run from about $500 to roughly $390. It isn't a Remington Model 100 it is a Winchester Model 100 and depending on the value they run from about $500 to roughly $390.
I sold one in excellent condition last fall for $900.