2 cents.Please ignore the previous responder to your question.In order tom give you a accurate value you must provide the serial number to your Browning shotgun(to indicate it,s age)and then describe what type of barrel you have(plain,solid matte rib,or vent rib.)this will affect the price,and describe the overall condition of your shotguns metal,and wood.This will entail how much of the original finish remains.All these factors come into play when giving a value to any firearm.
It was made in 1971
Made @1924. Value depends on condition and exact configuration. Value range from a few hundred to multiple thousands of USD.
If its a 12ga it was made in 1926 If 16ga, it was made in 1929
It was built in 1969 in Belgium. It should be a 12ga. Magnum.
Go to Browning's site, click on Support then date your firearm.
That would all depend on the model of shotgun in question,the gauge that the shotgun is chambered for,and the amount of original finish remaining,and a good bore.Please include this info to get a estimate of value for your Browning shotgun.
If it is a 12ga, it was made in the early months of 1940 auto5man
Impossible to answer without the serial number.
Browning's web site has a sn search function.