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Old February 11, 1999, 10:28 PM   #2
Rob Pincus
Join Date: October 9, 1998
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All I can see is that it was a bottom ejection model that was discontinued in 1933. There were a little less than 50k made and a perfect one is worth about $400 (less for plain barrel, more for ribbed). Some were made to higher "grade" levels. The above price is for a plane-jane "A" grade. They went up to an "F".

Apparently, the Ithaca model 37 is an adaptation of this firearm, originally designed by John Browning.

(Info from The Gun traders Guide and the Blue Book)
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