The Rolling block was made in 1907
Depends on which model and condition, condition, and condition....
It will be in the suffix code stamped on the block. If it has a "CE" in the suffix code, regardless of displacement it's a replacement block. CE stands for "counter exchange."
The short answer is nothing, the day or the rolling block was generally over. The model 6 wasn't a replacement but an inexpensive alternative to compete against other vendors and was basically made concurrently.
Features and markings.
It is possible that you have a model 1901 rolling block pistol that was re-chambered for the 219 zipper caliber.I show no records of Remington rolling block pistols that were chambered for the 219 zipper.Is the barrel 10in.long and part round part octagon?this would indicate that the barrel is from a model 1901 rolling block pistol?If not then the pistol has been re-barreled and then chambered for the 219 zipper cartridge.The use of rem-umc was between 1916-1920.
Midway USA's Gun Stories - 2011 The Rolling Block 2-9 was released on: USA: 22 August 2012
In order to determine the exact value of a Remington Rolling Block rifle, a few different factors would need to be taken into consideration. Some of these things would be the age and condition of the rifle.
Not enough information to even hazard a guess.
About $500 and up.