This rifle and carbine were made in 1969. My guide suggests a value of $395 for either. This price is for a gun that has never been handled and is still accompanied by all the original paperwork and the box, including the pasteboard sleeve. If you are missing any of these accessories or the gun has been fired, it becomes a fancy shootin' iron instead of a collectable.
According to this website: http://www.doublegun.com/roth.htm which is dedicated to the valuation of Winchester 94 commemoratives, the value is $545.00 U.S. They have a good list of values of all Winchester 94 commemoratives. Leo Ryan
I sold mine in new condition, never fired but with no box or papers for $425.00 as a consignment in a local gun store. Sold very quickly.............I had mine from 1977 until 2002. Not sure when it was made but in the mid 70's... !
Winchester says they never made a Teddy Roosevelt Commemorative 30-06, but they do have a Teddy Roosevelt Commemorative Model 94 chambered in 30-30. They also have Limited Edition Model 1895s (Teddy Roosevelt's favorite rifle) in the 30-06 caliber that have Roosevelt's picture on the box, but they're not technically Teddy Roosevelt Commemorative models. Hope that helps.
500 USD or so
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No, Calvin Coolidge in 1927
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You have a Winchester Commemorative rifle,which is the buffalo bill model.This was made in the year 1968.
Theodore Roosevelt (1908).
10-500 USD or so