Value is determined by a number of factors including age, condition, documentation, etc. First off, you should determine the condition. Start by looking up the NRA Condition Grading Definitions For Antique Firearms. You can find these in a number of places. Try searching for "NRA Condition Grading Definitions For Antique Firearms" using the Google search form to the right. Be realistic in your appraisal. To get a reliable estimate of the value of your gun, see a professional appraiser. If you just want a basic estimate, buy yourself the current Blue Book of Gun Values. This is considered the most accurate source book for gun values. Ultimately, though, value is subjective. Value is based on the worth to an individual collector. What's more, the sentimental value of the gun to you could be much higher than what a collector will pay for it.
It should be a 1914
100-1000 depending on specifics
depending on the rifle's state , and condition , from 400 to 1400,00
Made in 1908. Value depends on condition, etc.
your model 1906 Winchester was made in the first yrs of production 1905-1906.
Winchester made there model 1906 pump action .22cal rifles from 1906-1935.
Your Winchester model 1906 was made in 1915,that being said the value of a model 1906 is going from one in 10% original condition being worth 175 dollars,all the way up to one in 80% condition going for 675 dollars.
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Additional information is necessary to properly value your rifle. There were two models available in the Winchester Model 1906. One had a straight stock and the other had a pistol grip stock and was called a Model 1906 Expert. Which one do you have? Also, you did not say, if your rifle was partially trimmed in nickel or was fully nickel trimmed?
With the serial number that you have provided.Your winchester model 1906 was produced in the year 1914.