Re: a few old single shots and a pump
If the Ithaca 37 works, it's worth an easy 200. That means you got everything else for a hundred bucks. Not bad.
Stevens and Iver single shots - maybe 75 bucks each.
Long Range Winner and American Gun Company are both probably hardware store guns. Back in the late 18 and early 19 hundreds, some gun companies would put anything you wanted on a gun. Stamp 20 of 'em "Bay State" and the next 20 off the line - the exact same guns - "White Powder Wonder". Why? Don't know. Maybe the store would sell the White Powders for more money than the Bay States, or the other way around. Hard to tell what you have. Crescent Firearms made shotguns and marked 'em with several hundred different names. But then again, Bay State was made by several different makers. Whoever would give the buyer the cheapest price when he was looking to resupply.
Your Montgomery Wards 22 is the same thing. Savage or Marlin, or maybe Winchester made the gun, and stamped Wards' name on it. It's not worth as much as an identical rifle that has the maker's name on it, but it's a good gun none the less. It's probably worth 75 bucks or so.
The pitting in the American Gun depends on where it is in the barrel and how bad it is as to whether the gun is safe to shoot.
Prior to the Gun Control Act of 1968, guns were not required to have serial numbers. Most companies put them on their high-dollar guns, anyway, to keep in-house records, but their cheap guns might not be numbered. That's why none of your guns have serial numbers. They are all older than 1968, and were inexpensive.
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