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    Marlin 19-S

    When my grandpa died, he willed all his guns to me. I can't tell you how much that still means to me this day!

    One of the many shotguns he left has always stood out as very special to me. He referred to it when he was alive as his goose gun. I don't know if that's what it is, but it has a very long barrel for a shotgun. It's a model 19-S. It' has a series of Patent dates on the barrel, the last date listed being 1904.

    Can somebody tell me about this gun? Is it rare? Is it valuable (it's valuable to me and that's all that matters)?

    I searched around on here and didn't see anything.

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    Re: Marlin 19-S

    BUMP!!!!

    1894 Cowboy - .44 Remington Magnum
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    Re: Marlin 19-S

    I'm not familiar with the "S" designation, but the basic model 19 was only made in 1906-1907. This model was the successor to the Model 1898, the first Marlin shotgun. There were four grades, A through D (the highest grade). The fancier models (C-D?) may also have had engraving, but I'm not sure. Value is hard to assign without hands on examination, but I'd wager a guess at $350 for a Grade A and probably over $1000 for a Grade D in excellent condition.
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