I have seen them selling for between 250-325 dollars depending on condition and a good bore.
1973 - Ithaca Model 37 Featherlight
The serial number indicates your gun was manufactured in 1966.
Made in 1972. Probably worth about $350.
Depends on the model and condition. An Ithaca Mdl 37 Featherlight in 16 g in excellent condition is $500-$600 at retail.
1963. Check out the full list of serial numbers by year at http://ithacagunrepair.com/page5/page23/
What is the condition of the gun and the barrel length?
Your Model 37 was mfg. in 1975.
Your Model 37 was mfg. in 1954. The -4 indicates full choke.
well i wanted to know what my 16 gauge featherlight Ithaca how old it was and how much it was worth i called Ithaca arms gun co. out of Ohio because they are no longer made in Ithaca New York so that's your best bet
Ithaca started manufacturing the Mod 37 in 1937 with serial number 1. It has a serial number somewhere - look on the bottom of the receiver. Go here to determine the date of manufacture: http://www.diamondgunsmithing.com/
Serial # 7356 would have been made in 1938
1951 is my best estimate. On line records from Ithaca went away when they closed. Sorry-
See Related Links below. 100-1000 USD
The serial number indicates your standard-type Model 37 was manufactured in 1953.
Without the serial number, the question can't be answered
That is a phone number, not a serial number. Ithaca did not make 3 billion shotguns.
Your serial number indicates that your Ithaca shotgun was made in the year 1920.
The Ithaca 45 m1911a1 serial number NO 860361 pistol was made by Ithaca in 1943
First your Ithaca 20 gauge model 37 was made in 1969 and for the guy with the 371377097 your gun was made in 1974 I have model 37 serial 371473XXX and it was made in 1975.I have a Ithaca featherlight serial no 371377097 and it was built in the mid 60s. I found it on the Ithaca web site a few years ago, when there still was a web site. But have never found anywhere else to find out. I can't remember what part of the number said what 3 or 4 year range it was built, but I do remember that the numbers were in order from lower to higher in regards to older to newer.
You would need to include the model number or name of your Ithaca firearm,along with the serial number to get the correct answer.
If there is any rust on it anywhere or the stock is cracked: $125.00 if it is in like new condition: $350.00 Hope that helps! Blue Mt Gunworks
The Model is "37," with the grade identified by a name (such as "Featherlight" or "Deerslayer") or a letter. Otherwise, it is a Field Grade, either Standard (2 3/4" chamber) or Magnum (3" chamber). I am aware of no public listing of Model 37 manufacture dates, but IDSA Books publishes Ithaca Featherlight Repeaters. They're on the net. However, your serial number denotes a fairly recent manufacture). 1973
Well, first of all the serial number given is for a model 37 and not the model 51. All model 51s serial number begin with 5100. Since your begins with 37 would you not believe that it is a model 37. Your model 37 was mfg circa 1975.
Double check that number, I cant recall any hypenated serial numbers on Ithacas. In any event, Ithaca 37's in 12ga, field grade, sell in the $150-$300 range. email@example.com