I would have to say that the obvious answer would be..."whatever someone is willing to pay for it". I'm not being coy, just truthful. What is the condition of your rifle? Stock,barrel,firing mechanism,sights,sight bridge,bluing,spring loaded push arm? All these points factor into what you might possibly get from a prospective buyer. Because the Model 74 is not "ALL that" collectable, and because the 74s' were produced quite some time ago, the market for this rifle is pretty skinny.(IMO) Mine has a serial number of 203051A. It belonged to my grandfather and I'm nearly 60 years old. Does that mean anything? Actually no. I have no idea when he bought it but, I do remember seeing it around for a very long time. He "could" have purchased it in the 40's. The Winchester Model 74 was manufactured from 1939 to 1945 the first year of production it was produced in 22 short only after that it was produced as a 22 Long Rifle. You can find the value by looking it up in one of several publications that provide that type of information.
Your Winchester model 69 can shoot the short,long,and long rifle 22.Your Winchester is selling for between 100-300 dollars depending on condition.
WHAT IS THE VALUE OF AN 1893 WINCHESTER LONG RIFLE IN GOOD CONDITION?
100-1000 USD or so
<100 to 1,000> depending on specifics.
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around $500. It depends a lot on the condition.
Long and Long Rifle.
Your Winchester model 1890 .22 cal rifle was made by Winchester in 1912.
Your Winchester model 1890 .22 pump rifle was made by Winchester in 1914.