I have a BEAUTIFUL condition Winchester Model 1894 that I am wanting to find the value for. Going by the serial number, and the limited research I have done, it was manufactured in approximately 1916. I do not believe the metal has been restored at any point in it's life. The bluing is beautiful, with no rust or pitting anywhere. The rifling is in great shape, an the action works like butter. It is in perfect, shootable condition. It is beautiful overall. The wood is not perfect, as it has many dings and dents in it. Nothing serious though. No cracks, or breaks anywhere. I am not sure, but the wood may have been refinished at some point. It is a matte type stain. The specks and such in the photos is just dust, and lint from sitting in the safe for so long. Would anyone be somewhat of a 'vintage' Winchester expert? I am thinking I would like to sell it as I have never shot it, and I am not really an antique type rifle collector. Thanks all.