Re: Winchester 1884 44WCF
What you have is an 1892 Winchester, not an 1884. John Browning patented the action in 1884. That's the date on the barrel.
You've got a 24" rifle, in 44/40 with an octagonal barrel. Congrats. That's the one that most people want, so even though it is not the rarest, it is the most valuable. Your pictures aren't good enough for making a good valuation, but I'd say at least 800, and most likely much higher. If that tang sight is a Marbles it's worth more than if it's a Lyman.
It was made in 1907.
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