Could we have a little more information from you first. The "A & T" part of the marking tells us that your gun was produced between 1886 and 1916. The 2520 probably means chambered for the 25/20 cartridge, but there was a rimfire version that is now obsolete and a centerfire that I believe is still available. Best guess at this point is that you have one of the "Favorite" boys' rifles, but a description of all markings, the action type, barrel length, overall length and anything else that you can see but we can't. That will help us determine which model your Stevens is, but to estimate it's value, we also need to know its condition - either by the NRA standards or as a percentage of remaining original finish.
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