This is probably the same as the "Fancy Sporting Rifle" in the Standard Catalog of Firearms. This guide suggests a retail value of $1800 in NRA Good (80% original finish) plus 20% for the takedown feature. If it happens to have extensive factory engraving, it would be a LOT more.
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Around $275, depending on condition
Your Winchester model 290 ranges in price from 90-200 dollars based on overall condition.
my deluxe M-71 is in 99% condition and its worth well over 2000 grand
Your Winchester model 290 deluxe rifle is going for between 90-200 dollars depending on the amount of original finish and condition.
The value is determined by two variables; (1) the specific caliber, and (2) the graded condition. Bert H.
Need a detailed description of all markings/features, finsih, condition, box, papers, accessories, etc..
Requires professional appraisal.
About $200-$275, depending on condition. There is a Deluxe grade with fancy wood that sells for a bit more.
Value depends upon the original grade of the rifle and it's current condition. Winchester had different levels or grades for rifles, plain or deluxe. The deluxe version would have advanced checking with better quality of wood. The current condition of the wood, rifling in the bore and percentage of blueing, will need to be evaluated before a value can be placed on the rifle. Either take it to a gun shop or post detailed pictures.
Your Winchester model 1894 was produced in 1911,as to value they are going for anywhere from 475 dollars in a 10% original finish condition all the way to 2,300 for one in pristine 90% condition. You could add 20% if you have a takedown model,and 75%-150% if it is a deluxe model depending on condition.
The physical deluxe edition is the standard CD in a book-like case, with extra liner notes but no bonus tracks. There is also a vinyl deluxe edition, but no bonus tracks. The Deluxe digital edition of 21st Century Breakdown on iTunes comes with two extra tracks (covers), but no packaging whatsover.