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I have two belgium brownings, they are like new and still in the original boxes. I would like to get an idea of what they are worth. The first is a light 12 with a 2 3/4 30" barrel, full choke, vented rib, and grade 1. serial# 73G 26322 ? also a #on the box 210171

second is a light 20 2 3/4 28" barrel, modified choke vented rib grade 1 serial#72z 69431 number on box is 230183

These have been under my bed for several years, they were his and hers shotguns purchased by my stepfather when he worked at sears during the early 70's.
 

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The 1973 12ga Lightweight would bring in the $850-$1000 range.

The 1972 20ga Lightweight would bring in the $950-$1200 range.

These prices reflect NIB condition guns that were never fired. If they have been fired and are in 99%+ condition, you can take about $100 off those values. Insurance values would be $200 above the high end. Also, these values are for the guns in my area where A5s are sought after but the economy is close to the worst in the nation (15% unemployment).
 
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