I have an Ithaca model 100 shotgun . It appraised for $700.
Depending on the condition of the gun, it can go anywhere from $800 to $1500. The serial number indicates that the shotgun was manufactured around 1902.
$800 to $1000 depending on the condition.
That should be a "New Ithaca Double", and if it is in very good condition is probably worth around $500-$600. Monitor www.gunbroker.com to see what comparables are going for now.
$100.00 to over $10,000.00! You need to provide a lot of information to expect even a rough estimation of a gun's value.
$7000 ish well that is what I heard online
It's a Lewis or NIG model, built in 1903. Value is from $50.00 for a wallhanger to $1000.00 or more for one in new condition.
Perhaps you mean 1907. In any event, it is the 'Crass' model Ithaca shotgun made in 1902. Value is dependent upon grade and condition. email@example.com
Value of ANY firearm is based on exact make, model and condition- and yes, we need all 3- the serial number does not impart that information. There were dozens of different model (and different grades) of Ithaca doubles. You will need a hands on appraisal- sorry. Value could range from $50 to $1000.
a couple hunnered
Not currently produced. Start with your local gun shop.
You have a Lewis or NIG model, built in 1903.
Gun was made in 1915. Does it have damascus or fluid steel barrels? Gauge? Condition is everything... You can get a good idea from the auction sites such as, gunbroker.com or auctionarms.com.
Double check that serial number, and also give us any other markings on the gun. firstname.lastname@example.org
If this is an old side by side it would be a Baker model made in 1886. Serial numbers of Ithaca shotguns for that year were 2448 - 4101.
To determine the exact value of a 1895 Sterling 410 side by side shotgun, a number of factors would need to be considered. Most importantly, the condition of the shotgun.
Forearm iron and watertable are the easiest places to obtain this info
it's a crass,built in the early to mid 1890's $350.00 to 650.00 depending on condition it's in. condition is everythig
If the shotgun is a hammerless double, it is a Baker Model produced in 1899 (per Dixie Gun Works, Ithaca Serialization Guide) That serial should be a 1926 production NID. email@example.com
the book is entitled "the Ithaca gun company by Walter snyder. it costs $90.00- $100.00 but it has everthing you want to know about the history of Ithaca firearms. available to order online from firstname.lastname@example.org. pbl
I would say that you have a Ithaca model flues double barrel shotgun that was made in the year 1923,with the serial number that you provided.
The gun was made in 1907. Value is significantly dependent on the gun's condition, but if in very good condition value is probably between $325 and $450. Watch for similar guns at www.gunbroker.com to get an idea of what they are selling for.
Need a lot more info to be able to answer. For instance - is this a single barrel pump gun, or a side by side double? Is there a ventilated rib? Any engraving? Overall condition?
Known as the 'Minier Model' and made 1906-1908. email@example.com
Made in 1925