Actually it does if in the condition you describe, as what you have described in the Model 336 "Marauder" made only in 1963 and 1964 I believe. These guns are not marked Marauder on the barrel; only identified as such in period catalogs, and the distinguishing features of this model are the 16 1/4" barrel and straight style "Texan" stock; which ID is then confirmed by the "Z" serial number prefix assigned to first year production models. Most were made in 30/30 Win; but a few were chambered in .35 Rem, and those models are the most highly collected. Depending on condition, caliber, and the level of collector interest; Marauder auction site prices will range from $450-$800. New in the box examples with all period paper work fetch as much as $1200 at auction.