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    Marlin 336 .30-30 Centennial Value?

    Hi, Marlin lovers -

    I am not interested in selling, but I am just curious about the rough value of a Marlin Centennial (medallion in butt) model 336 .30-30 in very good condition (less than 100 rds, very minor scratches on stock, some minor blemishes on left side rcvr where rust didn't get a chance to break the blueing).

    If it matters, the serial is 69 1291xx. Thanks in advance!


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    Marlin 336 .30-30 Centennial Value?

    It would go for about the same as any other 336 of similar vintage & condition. The centennial medallion really doesn't add any value.

    Sounds liike a nice 336, though. SW
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    Marlin 336 .30-30 Centennial Value?

    I will be corrected if I'm wrong, but I think the medallion could be purchased from Marlin and an individual could install it. Which means that any firearm could have the medallion even though it was not made with it.
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    Marlin 336 .30-30 Centennial Value?

    Thank you, gents.

    Yup, I have heard that the medallion could be installed, but this 1969 model came this way from the box, per my brother who purchased it new (note the 69 xxxx ser nbr).

    Anyway, thank you for the information. I'll just enjoy the rifle, take good care of it, and not worry about shooting a collectible!

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    Marlin 336 .30-30 Centennial Value?

    I had noted the ser. no. All of the 1970 models had the medallion installed in the butt stock. I did'nt realize that the 1969 models came with one also. Might have been a late in the year rifle and they started early with the medallions.
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    Marlin 336 .30-30 Centennial Value?

    You hit the nail on the head winmarsav! Some of the 1970 Centennial guns were built late the year before to be sold in 1970. Both 69 and 70 prefixes should be fine.
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