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At a get together today, an old friend's 79 year old father showed me the Stevens 22lr that a then 98 year old woman gave him about 40 years ago. It looks like a Favorite. Had a pat date of Apr 17, 94 and a very low 3 digit serial # preceded by an x. It was marked J Stevens A & T and .22 long rifle. The lever hung tight and the gun functioned good. Screws not buggered, the wood was good and I'm confident gun has it's original finish. Original buttplate with no nicks out of the toe or chips. Sorry, no picture but I'd call it an 80% gun or give it an NRA antique grade of low excellent/high fine. Any idea as to how old and how much it might be worth? Is a 3 digit serial # of any significance? Thanks.
 
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