This is an Excellent Pistol. You have given me all sorts of information but you left off the condition of the pistol so I can only give you a wide range of values. Mfg 1960-1970 .22 Cal C02 Is it in Excellent, Very Good, Good, normal use, fair, or poor condition? The value range is as follows. $275 to $95. Add 75% for Sears Variant (Sold through Sears) 20% for factory box and 20% for original holster. Normal range with some wear and tear is about $150.
It was made between 1967 - 71. But no estimate of value can be determined without knowing the condition of the rifle.
The model 140 was made in 3 variations from 1954 to 1968. In order to give you an estimate of value I need to know the condition of the rifle. Is it in Poor, Fair, Good, Very good or Excellent condition? is it still working? All of this determines the current value
You will have to contact Crossman. No reliable factory published data I am aware of.
20-80 USD or so
See the link below for the Crosman 454 Owners Manual.
In Excellent condition, No scratches, dings or damage. It would be worth around $105
Crosman is owned by Wellspring Capital Management. They are a privately owned company. They are located in the Leaver House in New York.
Crosman 38 C combat In very good to excellent condition it is bluebooked between $75-$90. Add 20% for original box. Add 200%-400% for the chrome salesman sample pistol
If you are asking about the Crosman 1924 model 22 Caliber. ( it has a pump handle under the forearm, ) Then it was the second Crosman air rifle made. It has great value. It was produced between 1923-24. The third model had a swinging pump forearm, no handle. 1924-25. Please state the condition of the rifle so an estimate of value can be given.
The CROSMAN 760 Powermaster started production in 1966 then went through 8 different changes and ended in 1991
The Arms of Krupp was created in 1968.
Swiss Arms, UTG, BSA, Daisy and Crosman