Remington did not make a "Wingmaster" shotgun in 1936. The Remington Wingmaster (Model 870) was first introduced in 1950.
There is no such model.
remington wingmaster 16 gauge
100-300 or so
@ 200 USD
50-250 USD or so
Depends on caliber and condition, anywhere from 300 for common caliber in fair condition to 650+ for uncommon caliber in NIB condition.
To determine the exact value of a Remington Wingmaster 20 gauge model 870, a few different things would need to be taken into consideration. Some of these things would be the age and condition.
The value of a 1962 Remington Wingmaster 12 gauge model 870TC with a Monte Carlo stock depends on its condition. This gun in excellent in condition is valued between 250.00 and 325.00 as of 2014.
Depends on condition and exact version, but $225-$300 for most.