My father gave me a 1892 in .25-20. Said it was used for buffalo shooting from horse back (apparently, you rode up to them, said "nice buffalo", and stuck the gun in it's ear).
I would say it's in 90% condition (beautiful piece), not a mark on the stock, and very little signs of surface rust, if all all.
The action is tight and crisp.
It has a 20 inch bull barrel, heavy bugger for six, 6 shot tube, and the SN is 934XXX.
So, can I sell it and retire a wealth man from the proceeds?