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My grandfather died and left me some rifles and shotguns. I am curious as to the value. The first one is an Ithica double barrel shotgun. Its age is around 1900. My grandfather said it was his dad's to start. The second one is a 32-40 Marlin rifle. The dates on the barrel is 1887, 1889, & 1893. The last one is a Remington model 581 22 caliber. I would love to hear about their value. Thanks.
 

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On the Ithaca and the Marlin, we'll need more info.... The Remmy : MODEL 581 BOLT ACTION
- .22 LR cal., bolt action, 6 shot mag., converts to single shot. Mfg. 1967-83.
Grading 100% 98% 95% 90% 80% 70% 60%
$175 $160 $135 $115 $100 $90 $80
 

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I'm betting the Marlin is the model 1893 lever action, but might be 1894 (or maybe something else). Still need to know the exact markings. Serial number will get a good guess if it is pre-98 or not. For a value, need to know the condition in NRA antique standards or % of original finish.
 
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