I will assume that this is a Fox Sterlingworth shotgun as I know of no other manufacture who made a Sterlingworth model. I will have to guess what you mean by good condition. I will use, say 90% of its original finish left on both the metal and wood. I will also assume it's a 12 guage. Looking thru various publication and and on the internet $1200 to $1500 seems about right. This assumes that the gun is in good working condition and has not been modified in any way. Extras such as ejectors & single trigger will command more as will smaller guages. If the condition is better that 90% the value will, of course, rise. As this gun has some collector value at about 98% the value will start to skyrocket, I've seen some vendors asking as much as $3500 for very high condition guns. There was, by thr way, a delux version of this gun and that will command 10% to 20% more. All of the above values are ASKING prices and not necessarlly what the gun sells for.
$500 to $1500 depending on condition.
in good condtion it is 300 dollars in bad condtion is around 25 dollars
The AH Fox Sterlingworth 20 gauge side-by-side shotgun is worth about 2500 dollars to about 9000 dollars depending on its condition. Certain barrel and stock styles are more valuable than others.
Depending on condtion it can range from 150-500 USD.
10-100 USD depending on condtion.
mint condtion,with bart star
it all depends on the condtion of the card
In good condtion it is worth about $40.
250 to 650 depending on sub model and condtion
1886 is not considered a rare date. In circulated condtion, it's worth about $20 A nice uncirculated one is worth about $50
Depending on condtion and other specifics it runs the range from a few hundred to a few thousand or more
0-175 USD depending on condtion.
I would call a Museum
Check the internet auction sites to see what they are bringing.
How much is a sterlingworth 12 gauge double barrle shot gun serial #101254 in good condition be worth
A 1896 Coronet $2.50 Quarter Eagle gold coin in fine condtion (F12) is worth: $ 175.00.
10-100 usd In EXCELLENT condtion $US 140 down to FAIR $US 55.
Made in 1912, probably worth $600-$800 in fair condition (assuming it's shootable).
depends on the exact model and condition. A Fox Sterlingworth in good condition is about $500.
that should be 'byf 41 and that means it was made by Mauser. value depends on overall condtion................
In very good condtion it would be worth between $50-$60
No sn data in the USA I am aware of. Check auction sites to see if you can find one similar.