I have an old Iver Johnson 12 guage single shot. The only serial number I see is figu. Make is Champion. The latch is on top. Any idea what its worth?
hello ,,your IJ shotgun isn't worth alot but should be worth around 75 bucks mabey 100 if it's pretty clean..
your shotgun with that serial# probably makes it a 1909 1910 one of the first made. here is the code.
g=9 (fitchburg is the town where Ivers were produced)
so you have the 1297 th one made. I would not take less than 200 for it with that serial number.
If the serial number is all letters then it was made approximately 1940-1956. Guns from 1909-1919 were all numbers in the serial number. Depending on condition, typical value is from $75.00 to $175.00. You may get a bit more depending on where you are and how badly someone wants it if it's in top shape. It would be worth a bit more if it were a less common gauge like the .410.
can anyone tell me the worth ofiv championser.#8363xi 12 gague
Iver Johnson used letters instead of numbers from 1937-1940 i have one in mint cond,was told from old gun dealer worth 250 to 300
I have one that is HFGC can you tell me how old it is 410 champion thanks
The Champion was made from 1909 to 1956.... What's it serial number?
I got an Iver johnson champion 12 gauge singl shot with the serial number ITFB how much is it worth and what year is it.
The Iver Johnson Champion was made between 1909 and 1956, it is valued at;
Exc. Cond: $250.00 USD
V.G. Cond: $200.00 USD
Good Cond: $150.00 USD
Hope this helps
were is the ser # located on the iver johnson all mine has is a pat# april 2,01 and april 15,02 with champion above
The Ivers 12 ga Champion. In our possession has serial #63443 how old & what's the value, used very much.
You can't narrow it down to an exact date but it was made between 1909 to the early 1920's. Value all depends on condition of gun and the gauge. 12 gauge is the most common. Where I am, for a typical average condition 12 gauge, one would have a hard time getting $125.00-$150.00. It will bring more if in excellent condition but still only around the $200.00 mark. One that has never been fired will bring a bit more but those are rare. If the gun was a smaller gauge, like .410 or 28 gauge, it would bring higher prices.
dont know its faded out but it has a uxx underneath it right behind the trigger guard. Can you help me idiendify at all?
I have a 410 guage Iver Johnson. It has Champion, Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle works stamped on the side, and it is serial number GIXC. I would classify it as being in good to very good condition. Can you tell me what it might be worth.
Guns with letters for the serial numbers were most likely made in the late 30's and 40's. A .410 closer to the "very good" side of condition will bring around $175.00-$200.00. Closer to the "good side of condition will be around $150.00. If you have an excellent example with all case colors it should bring $200.0-$300.00, closer to $300.00 if mint. Of course where you are located could have an impact on price as well as how badly someone wants one in given condition for whatever gun is being sold.
I HAVE A CHAMPION IVER JOHNSON--ARMS & CYCLE WORKS FINCHBURG MASS. USA
HAS 60154XH ON THE PRINT.
16 GAUGE BORE BARREL AND LUG FORGED IN ONE.
CAN YOU TELL ME ANYTHING ABOUT THIS GUN ?
It will be a full choke barrel and the gun was made betewwn 1930--1939. Value will be affected to a degree by where you are and condition of gun. Right now where I am, a 16 gauge in average condition will only bring $75.00-$100.00. Price will climb some as the condition improves with like new, unfired guns bringing the most.
I have an iver Johnson 410 # 11995XH any idea what year and possible value
Should be between 1930 to 1940. .410's usually fetch more money. However, condition is everything. As we don't know the condition, it could be anywhere from $75.00 for a rough one to as high as maaaaaybe $300.00 for one like new. Average condition would be around $150.00.
as with all guns the price is determined by the overall condition, inside and out.
I have a 12ga IJ Champion serial # 44912. Only Has family sentimental value but would like to determine how old it is.
Made in the period 1909-1917. There are no records to give a more exact date.
Thanks "two old dogs". I've had it for 35 yrs it was given to me by my grandfather (born in 1908). It was his older brother's gun. I'v cleaned it up to give to one of my sons. Please allow me to ask a couple more questions?
When it says "12ga choke bore" what is that compared to full choke? And "barrel and lug forged in one"?
Your Champion Model likely has a full choke which was standard.
Barrel and lug forged in one indicates one piece construction of the barrel and locking lug area rather than a mono-bloc system where the barrel was threaded or brazed into a separate forged and machined breech section containing the locking lug .
Thanks again 😃
I just inherited my great grandfathers Iver Johnson Champion serial # 52540 C it says C a bit crooked and not right after the serial, so i'm wondering if the C has something to do with the serial?
The "C" is a suffix to the serial number. Your shotgun was made in the period 1917-1921. There are no records to give a more exact date.
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