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What would you say an 1889 Marlin 32-20 (manufactured in 1892) would be worth? It has 85-90% of it's original finish on it and s

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  • rudyglove27
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    www.gunbroker.com like above poster stated!!!

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  • evspence
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    GO TO GUNBROKER.COM!!!

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  • Jim in Mo
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    hjohn429,
    If yours is in the condition you describe its value is at least $1,125.
    BTW, the manufacture dates on this rifle is 1889-1899.

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  • What would you say an 1889 Marlin 32-20 (manufactured in 1892) would be worth? It has 85-90% of it's original finish on it and s

    What would you say an 1889 Marlin 32-20 (manufactured in 1892) would be worth? It has 85-90% of it's original finish on it and still shoots very well. It was my great, great grandpa's rifle and I hope it will never leave the family, but want to know what it would be worth.

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