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what is the value of a Winchester model 68 .22 caliber single

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what is the value of a Winchester model 68 .22 caliber single shot in fair condition and
an Armas "Bost" 16 guage double barrel and
an Ithica fetherlite 16 guage pump model 37
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Blue Book values (what a dealer would offer you, add around 20% for retail values):

Winchester Model 68

Excellent: $225-$300
Very Good: $165-$200
Good: $100-$135

Fair and lower: $100


The Armas Bost is one of a load of small Spanish gun manufacturers in Eibar, Spain. The price range can be anywhere from $200 to $3,000, depending on condition and the amount of engraving on the gun. I believe the actual manufacturer to be G. Bolumburo.


The Ithaca Model 37 Repeater was introduced in 1937. The Model 37's design was mostly left unchanged for its 50 year file span. In 1987, after the Ithaca Acquisition Corporation acquired the Ithaca Gun Company's assets, the gun was renamed the Model 87.

Until 1983, the shotguns were chambered for only 2-3/4 inch shells. After that date the 3 inch magnum shells were accepted in the Magnum models.

Most Model 37s are blued with walnut stocks.

Blue Book pricing for 16 or 20 gauge:

Excellent: $594-$750
Very Good: $405-$500
Good: $250-$315

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