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Diamond Serial Number Search. 30 DAY RETURNS; FREE SHIPPING. Enter the diamond serial number: (i.e. 37362) products. You may exchange or return your ring. Serial Number Check. Check the serial number of your item: Have it Back incorporates nearly all freely available serial numbers. Utilizing this database, you can verify before or after purchasing an item if said object has been marked as missing or stolen. The numbers mean “ carat weight “. It’s the carat weight of the diamond (s) in your ring. If you have a diamond solitaire and you see.50 stamped inside the ring, that means the diamond is 1/2 carat.97 (like the ring in the photo) means that the diamond is 97 points, or just under one full carat (which is 100 points or 1.00 carat).

Introduction I. History of Winchester Rifles II. Models III. Variations IV. Outline of Features V. Condition VI. Diagrams

Book Values

After you have found your model and condition, you can use the following chart to find the approximate value of your gun. The value is RETAIL, so if you are selling to a dealer, the value will be less. Think in terms of ranges instead of absolutes. And remember that this is a book value. Without a buyer that is willing to pay you a certain amount for your gun, this is a 'theoretical value. ' Marketing can sometimes increase the value of your gun. Geographical areas also can influence the value as well as the time you are willing to wait for a sale.

Early 'First Model' 1894 Sporting Rifle (through Serial #111453)*
ExcellentVery GoodGoodFairPoor
$7000$4000$2000$1250$500

* First year production with Cody letter add 100%;
otherwise up to #111453 add 10%

Later Model 1894 Sporting Rifle*
ExcellentVery GoodGoodFairPoor
$4000$3000$1500$850$450

*Takedown Version add 20%

Fancy 1894 Sporting Rifle*
ExcellentVery GoodGoodFairPoor
$12000$7500$3500$2000$900

*Takedown Version add 20%

Extra Lightweight 1894 Rifle
ExcellentVery GoodGoodFairPoor
$5000$3500$1500$1000$450
1894 Carbine *
ExcellentVery GoodGoodFairPoor
$3000$2000$600$400$200

* Deduct 35% for no saddle ring; add 25% for .25-35 & .38-55 Caliber guns

Trapper's Carbine*
ExcellentVery GoodGoodFairPoor
$6500$4250$2500$1500$700

*Add 30% for .25-35 & .38-55 Caliber guns

Post 1964 1894 Standard Carbine (Guns with Serial #2700001 or>)
ExcellentVery GoodGoodFairPoor
$3000
$2000$600$400$200

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Note: For Post-64 variations like the Centennial, Heritage and Limited Edition post-64 guns, consult the following web page:

http://www.homesteadfirearms.com/homesteadfirearms/appraisalcart/Online_Appraisals.htm

PRODUCTION DATES*

Winchester pre-64 Model 1894Last Serial Number of Each YearLast Serial Number of Each Year

Last Serial Number of Each Year

Model

Year

Serial No

Model

Year

Serial No

Model

Year

Serial No

Model 1894

1894

14579

Model 1894

1913703701

Model 1894

19321087836

1895

44359

191475606619331089270
1896

76464

191578405219341091190
1897

111453

191680774119351099605

1898

147684

191782197219361100065

1899

183371

191883817519371100679
1900

204427

191987076219381100915
1901

233975

192088062719391101051
1902

273854

192190831819401142423
1903291506192291958319411191307
1904311363192393853919421221289
190533755719249531981943NoRecord
190637887819259785231944NoRecord
190743098519269976031945NoRecord
1908474241192710275711946NoRecord
1909505831192810544651947NoRecord
1910553062192910770971948

1500000

19115992631930

1081755

1949

1626100

1912

646114

1931

1084156

1950

1724295

Year

Last Serial Number of Each Year

Year

Last Serial Number of Each Year

Year

Last Serial Number of Each Year

Year

Last Serial Number of Each Year

Year

Last Serial Number of Each Year

Year

Last Serial Number of Each Year

1951

1819800

1960

2469821

1968

3185691

1977

4463553

1986

1995

1952

1910000

1961

2500000

1969

3284570

1978

4565925

1987

1996

1953

2000000

1962

2551921

1970

3381299

1979

4662210

1988

1997

1954

2071100

1963

2586000

1971

3557385

1980

4826596

1989

1998

1955

2145296

1964

2700000

1972

3806499

1981

4892951

1990

1999

1956

22250002797428

1973

3929364

1982

5024957

1991

2000

1957

2290296

1965

2894428

1974

4111426

1983

5103248

1992

2001

1958

2365887

1966

2991927

1975

4277926

1984

1993

2002

1959

2410555

1967

3088458

1976

4463553

1985

1994

2003

*These are production dates of the receiver. If you are interested in when your rifle was shipped from the Winchester factory, check with the Cody Museum in Cody, WY.

Introduction I. History of Winchester Rifles II. Models III. Variations IV. Outline of Features V. Condition VI. Diagrams

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Why Diamond Grading Reports and Certificates Are Important

Diamond Grading Reports and certificates are issued by laboratories and contain pertinent information as to the characteristics of the stone. While different laboratories vary in terms of reliability of grading, this is a strong starting point when it comes to determining exactly what you have. These allow WP Diamonds to provide you with a more accurate initial price range as we have an understanding as to the reliability of the source of information.

Diamond Grading Laboratories

The GIA (Gemological Institute of America) is the most respected laboratory in the industry and is the foremost authority in gemology. We hold the GIA’s grading in high esteem; our own gemologists are in fact GIA trained and providing us with your GIA report ensures a quick and accurate estimate for your diamond. A report from the GIA is seen as very reliable throughout the industry and gives you the advantage of receiving a very accurate estimate for your diamond. There can be substantial differences between GIA grading reports and those of other laboratories and local jewelers. AGS (the American Gem Society) is another trusted and well-respected laboratory in the industry.

In comparison, we consider EGL’s (European Gemological Laboratory) and IGI’s (International Gemological Institute) certificates to be reasonably reliable, however their grading standards do tend to be lenient in comparison to the GIA grading standard. Because their grading can vary by one to two color and/or clarity grades, the initial estimate range may be reasonably wide. Find out more about grading certificates and differences between laboratories.

Other Types of Diamond Paperwork

A jeweler’s or an insurance appraisal is a document that gives a value to your diamond for insurance purposes. We have found that the grading on these appraisals is an approximation of the characteristics of the stone. They often vary by several color and/or clarity grades, which can have a significant impact on resale value. See our study on Jewelry Appraisals.