benos Posted February 20, 2008 Share Posted February 20, 2008 I have a friend that would like to sell an inherited 1956 12 ga. 3" Mag. Browning Superposed shotgun. After a bit of googling, it looks like it might be worth upwards of $4-5,000 big ones, so I told her to hold off until she can be very sure of its value before going to market with it. (I'm not trying to sell it for her here.) Does anyone have any ideas on what would be the best way to find its true value? I'm clueless. Thank you, be Details: Custom 1956 Superposed Browning o/u (serial 53743) Grade 1 scroll engraving Butt: French walnut hand made semi pistol grip fine checkers and Pachmayer recoil pad 2 Barrel sets: #1 28” special steel -12GA.- chambered for 3” Magnum made in Belgium for Browning Arms Company, Missouri (O) full choke (U) modified #2 26.5” special steel -12GA.- Shells 2 ¾” made in Belgium for Browning Arms Company, Missouri (O): improved cylinder (U): choked cylinder Case: Browning Arms Company – Brown Tolex. Solid plywood frame with cowhide and plush interior. The interior is waterproof and fireproof. The exterior is resistant to: oil; acids; alcohol; and caustics. Paperwork available. 1 owner 90% condition; no rust, no pitting, original finish Here's some cool pics. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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