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A few hundred to tens of thousands of USD depending on what "art" actually means.

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That serial number was manufactured in 1962 and is correct for the Browning Light Twelve Auto-5 shotgun. Gold plate on the trigger is normal, but not anywhere else. sales@countrygunsmith.net



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your browning auto-5 light twelve gauge was made in 1960.


Your serial number indicates that your Browning light weight auto-5 shotgun was made in the year 1971.



your browning light weight 12ga was produced in 1960.



This is a Browning Auto-5 Lightweight 12 gauge shotgun.


You will have to contact Browning to find out.


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The value of such light is approximately $10,000


You will have to call Browning with the serial number.



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