1886-1936 Daisy Golden Eagle #50 FOR SALE

1886-1936 Daisy Golden Eagle #50 FOR SALE

Joined: July 26th, 2011, 11:23 pm

July 26th, 2011, 11:32 pm #1

Hi, I am selling a Daisy Golden Eagle #50 BB Rifle. It was manufactured in Plymouth, Michigan and sole from 1886-1936. It is the first RifleDaisy ever made with a curved lever and one of it's rarest and most beautiful with it's copper plating. It has a black wooden stock with the Daisy emblem still in immaculate condition. This piece has a serial number stamped into it's telescope and is still fully functional. I've already contacted the Daisy Museum to get some more information about this one and an approximate value. If interested, please let me know. Email me at figue107@gmail.com. Thanks!!
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Rick
Rick

July 27th, 2011, 12:34 am #2

FYI
Actually the No. 50 was produced from 1936 to 1938 and there were 211,590 produced during those years according to Gary Garber' Encyclopedia Of Daisy Plymouth Guns.
Condition is Everything in the price of the bb guns.
My 2 Cents
Rick in TX
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Mayra
Mayra

July 27th, 2011, 2:11 am #3

Hi, I am selling a Daisy Golden Eagle #50 BB Rifle. It was manufactured in Plymouth, Michigan and sole from 1886-1936. It is the first RifleDaisy ever made with a curved lever and one of it's rarest and most beautiful with it's copper plating. It has a black wooden stock with the Daisy emblem still in immaculate condition. This piece has a serial number stamped into it's telescope and is still fully functional. I've already contacted the Daisy Museum to get some more information about this one and an approximate value. If interested, please let me know. Email me at figue107@gmail.com. Thanks!!
According to a response back from Orin Ribar, curator at the actual Daisy Museum, this rifle was SOLD from 1936 to 1938. Here is the actual email he sent me:

Daisy Museum shipping@daisymuseum.com to me
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The 50th anniversary Daisy, the #501, was sold from 1936 through 1938. It had a copper plated barrel and a black painted stock with an Eagle decal dated 1886-1936.

Value depends on condition of gun, what you would be willing to take or what someone would be willing to give. Value range is $100-$400.

Orin Ribar
Curator
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