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This Citori OU has been in my family for several years. It has a 26" barrel. The metal area (below the top lever) has gold inlay of 2 pheasants on the left side and 3 ducks on the right side all against a background of solid etched metal. The trigger guard is etched as well with a inlay of a gold quail on the underside. There is also a gold inlay bird dog on the underside immediately in front of the trigger guard. Serial #25391NMF73. The forearm bracket metal is also etched. The ONLY word of any significance that I can find is the word "Special" on the barrel. Looks to be in excellent condition. Any thoughts on the value?
 

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It's a Browning Citori Grade VI.

According to your serial number:
F73=28 ga. 3" Gr.6 Superlight

Looks like it was made in 1990.

Estimated value depending on condition is about $3000. Probably a little more since it is a Superlight.

Nice gun! :)
 
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