your Winchester model 1300 in unfired condition would be worth between 300-350 dollars.
Purchased April 1977, never fired.
Your post-64 model 1894 Winchester will go for 350-400 in new never fired condition.
I would check your model number?The Winchester model 1897 was a shotgun made by Winchester,while the 32-20 caliber is a rifle cartridge that was used in the model 1894 Winchester lever action rifle and other models,but never in the model 1897 shotgun.
The 2200 was only sold in Canada. Never in a US catalog that I am aware of.
The value of a Winchester 9410 that has never been fired varies depending on the specific model and year it was produced. Early and commemorative models are worth between $1,000 and $3,000.
A few hundred to a few thousand depending on EXACTLY what you have.
Your Winchester model 1894 rifle was produced in the year 1980.The value of a Winchester model 1894 that is considered new in the box(never fired) is 350-375 dollars.
You actually have a Winchester model 9422M.These will bring between 450-550 dollars for a rifle in the condition you describe.They are becoming quite collectable.