With the serial number that you provided,your Ithaca double barrel shotgun with the damascus barrels was produced in the year 1900.
I have a 20ga Ithaca double barrel hammerliss shotgun has dogs on the action, serial number 249015 is about 85% condition, what is the age and value?
Watertable, forearm metal, and barrels
The value of a 16 gauge double barrel Ithaca shotgun with the serial number 461934 is determined by its condition. This gun in excellent condition is valued at 325.00 as of 2014.
You haxe a Ithaca model Flues double barrel shotgun which was made in the year 1917,by the serial number you have provided.As to value that cannot be determined without a more detailed description of the shotgun in question,to include gauge,barrel length,double trigger or single.It would also help if you describe the overall condition of this shotgun to include the amount of blueing remaining and the condition of the wood.
Sounds like this is a "New Ithaca Double". Depending on condition, I see these selling for $350-$500 on Gunbroker.com.
You have an Ithaca Flues model made in 1914 you did not mention condition, straight or pistol grip, beavertail or splinter forearm, ejectors or extractors steel or damasscuss barrels or the choke markings on the barrel flats. 500-3000
If that is an old double barrel "New Ithaca Double" it was made in 1926.
You have an Ithaca sxs Flues Model made in 1914. Leaf pattern indicates Grade 1 or 1.5 should be marked on the watertable. If excellent condition as you stated 1200.00 plus. Other factors in price auto ejectors?, single or double trigger?, beavertail forearm?, Length of barrels?, steel or damascuss barrels, etc.
It is a 10 gauge if it has a damascus barrel and it in mint condition can be worth up to 2000 bucks
It sounds to me that you have a Ithaca Flues model double barrel shotgun.With the serial number that you provided,your shotgun was made by Ithaca in 1917.
The exact value of a 1909 Ithaca double barrel shotgun stagecoach model would actually be dependent upon a number of factors. The most important factor that would be considered is the condition of the shotgun.
I would look at the number of barrels. If there is more than one barrel, you know you have at least a double barrel shotgun. If there are 1 or less barrels, then you don't.
1918 value depends on condition
It was made in 1924, according to "Ithaca Gun Company - From the Beginning". Value would be determined by GA, model, and condition.
Blue Book of Gun Values will help.
In good original condition, 500-1000 dollars.
Insufficient information supplied to answer the question. Need to know guage, condition, etc.
The double is the last model NID (New Ithaca Double) mfg by Ithaca. This one was mfg in 1927. Depending on condition and gauge you may have a very desirable shotgun.
Exactly how is the gun marked so we can identify what you actually have. firstname.lastname@example.org
Its an Ithaca Flues model made in 1921
You have a Ithaca Flues model made in 1922 Can not provide additional info without knowing condition and grade of shotgun. 200.00 - 4000.00
There is no S12 listed in the Standard Catalog. Only 11 people in the world can own a Sousa Grade Ithaca double. If you have one and have lost the barrels you are out of luck. If it is a single barrel trap gun, the odds are not much better.
You have an Ithaca Miner model made in 1907
Your serial number indicates that you have a Ithaca crass model double,that was made in 1903.