$100 - $200 depending on condition. Or less for rough.
Retail it's worth about $150 or $160.
Could be several, need more information, patent dates or any other info?
Need more information but there is a model 1858 ;) BUT that patent date is on different revolvers as well.
It is a Remington Model 12 .22 cal. pump
browning and Remington are two different companies, its not possible to have one companies gun under another companies patent.I beg to differ! I have a Remington model 81 woodmaster in 300sav.caliber that is made by remington and has John M.Brownings patent marked right on the barrel.Brownings patent for the remington models 8,and 81 were from the year 1900.The Remington model 8 was made from 1906-1936,and the model 81 from 1936-1950.All Winchester model 1886 rifles were made under a patent frpm John M.Browning.If you can re-post your question with the model number of your Remington,and caliber along with a 2 or 3 letter code found on the barrel of your firearm,I will be able to date your firearm for you.
.222 Remington model
.22 WRF or .22 Remington Special
75 rough, 200 mint
Depending on condition, ABOUT $200.
Start with these guys... http://remingtonsociety.com/rsa/research/Model51
1939-1945. If it says patent pending, you can ASSUME it was in the first year or two, but it may be refering only to a patent for some very minor improvement.
This is probably a Remington model 11. It was made on Brownings patent for the auto 5. try a google search using IMAGES, and type in Remington model 11. auto5man
Never made a model 1909, that's a patent date on at least a model 12 pump, but value is greatly dependent (on model) and condition, condition, and condition.
i what if it says patent number pending on the 37 16 steel single shot
Your best source on information would be to contact Remington via their web site.
Pretty much almost impossible to tell the model just by the sn.
Google Remington scoremaster model 511. Several websites have information on this .22 firearm.
The Remington Model 11 is a semi-automatic shotgun available in 12, 16, or 20 gauge. Approximately 300,000 were produced by Fabrique Nationale in Belgium from 1911 to 1948.
Model 1917? Are you reading a patent date or something? But for any model made after 1920 the month and year can be determined by the barrel code, all the details can be found on the Remington Society of America here: http://remingtonsociety.com/rsa/questions/barrelcodes
they are going for as high as 1250.00 dollars
$50-$250 depending upon condition.
Your Mossberg was made prior to 1968, and will not have a serial number unless made for the US Military. SNs were not required by law on rifle and shotguns until 1968. Patent Pending means that a patent has been applied for- but not yet granted- on some mechanism in that rifle.