I have an old lever-action Marlin rifle that I am trying to value for insurance purposes.
Weapon is in good mechanical order (hammer, firing pin, trigger, etc.). Gun has original walnut stock, metal butt plate, octagonal barrel and buckhorn sight (as far as I can tell). Stock has a few small scratches but no gouges and what looks to be an original finish. Bluing on the receiver is light possibly meaning it is mostly worn off (i.e., not the traditional blued coloration of a new firearm). Bluing on the barrel is good except on the high edges of the octagonal barrel.
I am not sure where this would be scored (in points) and what it would be worth. A ballpark indication would be helpful, given I have not provided any photos. Any help or links would be appreciated. Thank you in advance.