Value of LC Smith 10 gauge

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  • Kobiash1

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    I'm trying to help a friend find the value of a 10 gauge LC Smith double barrel made in 1893.
    i have not seen it in person yet but in the pictures it looks about 60 to 70 percent. He does have the serial numbers
    Thanks
    Jerry
     

    40Arpent

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    There exist gun shops with reputable appraisers. Where is your friend located? You can also reference Fjestad's Blue Book of Gun Values, but you'd have to buy/borrow the book. Alternatively, you can search online auction sites like Gunbroker to get an idea (if you're lucky enough to find one being offered).
     

    Charlie

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    There exist gun shops with reputable appraisers. Where is your friend located? You can also reference Fjestad's Blue Book of Gun Values, but you'd have to buy/borrow the book. Alternatively, you can search online auction sites like Gunbroker to get an idea (if you're lucky enough to find one being offered).
    If you check Gunbroker or another similar site, be sure you check for the SOLD price rather than the asking or minimun price. The sold price is a much more accurate idea of worth. And if it's been listed and re-listed many times without selling it probably means the asking price is too high. Just a thought.
     
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