I can say that your Winchester model 1890 was made in the year 1915.I cannot put a value on your Winchester without a much more detailed description of your rifles overall condition,to include the amount of original finish remaining in the terms of percentage.
This is hard to determine without a much more detailed description of your rifles overall condition to include the amount of finish remaining on the wood and metal.Is the barrel octagon or round.Has the metal been refinished?Your rifle could represent a sizable amount of money if all original and in good condition .Your serial number indicates that your model 1886 was made in the year 1888,which is a very early model.in a very popular caliber.I just saw a rifle like your sell for 3,000 dollars but it was refinshed on the metal and wood.If original it could fetch twice that amount.There were only 159.994 rifles made between 1886-1932.
Your Winchester model 1894 rifle was made in the year 1903,with the serial number that you have provided.
I can say that Winchester made the model 1400 shotgun from 1964-1981.But they did not record the serial numbers by year of production.
Your Winchester model 1894 was made during the World War II years when Winchester did not keep records of the serial numbers.These years are 1943-1948.the serial numbers between 1,287,469-1,500,000 fall into this catagory(yours included).If I had to say,I would pick either 1947,or 1948.
The Winchester model 67 was not serial numbered.Are you sure that this is a model 67?I can say that the model 67 was made from 1934-1963.A total of 383,587 were made during this time span.