If you're lucky about £400.00
Library, internet, Standard Catalog of Firearms.
50-500 USD depending on specifics
500 to 1500
TOO COSTLY, RUINS THE VALUE, CHEAPER TO BUY A NEW ONE ABOUT $150
Really not possible to answer without gun in hand. Value of antique arms is driven by condition.
Value will be determined by how well it looks over a fireplace. Normally from $100 to $250.
Around US$ 2,000 depending on its conservation status. Without DETAILED descriptions the range could be 100-10000 USD or more. While they may be old, a 1900 rifle is NOT legally an antique. US law has a specific legal definition of antique firearm, Unless they are muzzle loading guns, they must have been made in 1898 or earlier to be an antique. Values will be based on specific make, model, condition, and originality. without detailed information, we cannot even make an educated guess at value.
Seldom beyond 100 USD or so
this is not exactly an antique or anything, mossberg made tons of these inexpensive shotguns-retail value:$75-$90
Not necessarily. All damage to guns can be restored by specialist restorers so that it is virtually undetectable.
You should ask an antique seller or antique expert to determine the value of body jewelry.
Isaac Hollis & Sons were noted British gunmakers from c.1860-1900. They made many top quality shotguns and rifles with many levels of ornamentation. This is one that should be individually hands-on appraised. email@example.com
The authenticity of an antique is the reason the item has value. Antiques have the price that they do because they are old. If an item is simply a reproduction, its value will be less than that of the real antique.
we think we also have one, where are you from? we also can not find info. on this gun e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The item is an antique of great value.
what is the value of a Ithaca 12 ga shotgun
Without seeing it, I would guess that the antique value is nonexistant. The name "Danial Boone" is unrelated to the American frontiersman and is only there to sell the shotgun. It is possible that the gun is American manufacture (Crescent City made thousands of inexpensive shotguns with every name brand you could imagine) or it could be a Spanish or Belgian shotgun. In any case, it is not a Purdy or Winchester or other brand which would command "antique" value. If the gun functions, it would be considered a field piece and could be worth a few hundred dollars. If it is worn out, it is a wall hanger and would not be worth the cost of restoration.
Depending on exact model and condition, $150-$225. While these are very good traditional muzzle loading rifles, the market interest is on in-line muzzle loaders. I just purchased a used Excellent condition TC Hawken for $200, and am very pleased with the rifle.
The value of an antique cameo can be found on many different online websites. Some of these websites include Jonathans Diamond Buyer, Antique Cameos, and Etsy.
It depends on the quality of the antique. If it is of high quality and in demand, refinishing it might diminish it's value. I would check with your local antique shop.
When a classic car becomes a antique, it's value increases due to the popularity.
Antique items fluctuate in popularity each year. From time to time, antique tinware has significant value for the popular pattern of the time. Tinware seems to always have at least a small value for pieces in good condition.
Impossible to value with just the serial number and "shotgun".