Your question has used the serial number of your Winchester,not the Model number.Please include a description of your Winchester along with the model number,and the serial number to get a answer about your Winchester.
No serial number given.
No serial number provided.
Between $350 and $450 depending on condition.
I would have to have the model number along with the serial number to correctly date your winchester.
If the serial number is 459317, it was made in 1893. Letters don't compute in a Winchester serial number for a model 1873.
Depending on condition, $350-$450.
ABOUT $400, depending on condition.
The Winchester 22 model 90 serial number 653387 in good condition, is valued at $1600.ÊIn fair condition, it is valued at $500.Ê
Bogus question. No such serial number; too high.
708875 is not a valid serial number for an 1873 Winchester. Serial 70875 was manufactured in 1881. Condition will matter significantly to determine the value. Have the gun appraised by an advanced Winchester collector because it may be quite valuable
No way of knowing without you providing the serial number and the overall condition of your Winchester model 1894 rifle.
Something not right with that serial number. Both my Winchester serial dating sites show the cut off on the model 94 at 5103249.
Your question cannot be answered without a serial number,and the overall condition of your rifle.
The Winchester 270 1965 model 70, serial number 747048 is valued at $600 in excellent condition. In fair condition, its value is $375. In poor condition, its value is $250.
Between 300-350 dollars in the condition that you describe.
What model number? What barrel length, What finish? What type of sights? What condition is it in?