Which commemorative? Wyoming Diamond Jubilee? What condition? email@example.com
It is worth 695 dollars for a specimen that has not been fired(new in the box) with the original box and hang tags,If your rifle has been shot then the value is 300 dollars.
your 2 gun set of winchester commemorative,s are valued at 1400-1450 dollars if you have never fired your firearms(i e new in the box) and you have both boxes and hang tags that were issued with your firearms.
If it is the Winchester commemorative made in 1968, the Blue Book says $450. I own a 1976 Buffalo Bill Commemorative. Mine has been appraised anywhere from 500 to 700$ How do you know when it was made?
The value can be between $1,700 to $3,000 depending upon the serial # and the condition of the rifle and box.
If your buffalo bill commemorative rifle is unfired(new in the box) and the box is still with the rifle then these are currently valued at 695 dollars.
Type your answer here... 450.00
If your Buffalo Bill commemorative rifle,and or carbine model is unfired(new in the box)condition.Then your rifle would be worth 695 dollars.If it has been fired,or hunted with then the value would be 250-350 dollars.If you have the Buffalo Bill 1 of 300 presentation model,new in unfired condition?The value would be 3,250 dollars.
depending on condition $400-$500
Please check your coin again. The only modern nickel to carry the picture of a buffalo is one of the two Lewis and Clark commemorative nickels minted in 2005.If that's what you have, it doesn't have much extra value if you found it in change. Huge numbers of them were saved almost as soon as they came out.
If your Winchester is unfired and still have the original box,it is worth 595.00 dollars.
675 dollars for a rifle as you have described.
New in box $650.
If you found it in change, it's only worth face value. Almost all of these coins were snapped up as soon as they entered circulation. FWIW the US has never minted a "buffalo head" nickel. The special Lewis and Clark commemorative nickels minted in 2005 are simply "buffalo" nickels because they show the entire animal.
If in mint condition, having never fired or chambered a round, with original packaging and paperwork, about 600-650. If not, 300.
1968 BUFFALO BILL 30-30 cal. 122169 mfg. (rifles & carbines) Engraved blue receiver, nickel plated forend cap, barrel bands and buttplate, medallion in stock RIFLE - 26" heavy octagon barrel $545 CARBINE - 20" heavy octagon barrel $545 Consecutively Serial Numbered Matched Pair
about $500 for the 30/30 $600 with the box and papers. The scou tbetween $400 and $700
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