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That barrel pre-dates the 336 or 36 by a few decades probably.
The special smokeless steel marked barrels were common late 1800's through early 1900's
Plus you have to account for the level of service back then was perfect.
If you wanted something and had the money for it you could get it from almost any maker.
But the 1893 is where I would be betting my money on. Also the value is only what someone is willing to pay.
Your best bet for prices is to look at period type collectors who would need a period correct barrel for their firearm.
Just my thought but someone with more knowledge than myself will probably school me and everyone and more power to em I am always willing to learn and expand beyond what I thought was correct.
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