Hello everyone. Sadly my grandfather recently died. On the lighter side he left the family some rare and unusual firearms, by Swedish law we have a year to get rid of them (get a license for each individual weapon or sell them) if we don't the police will take them and smelt them down. Sadly getting a license for a firearm in Sweden is difficult and usually takes over a year, and because of the large amounts of paperwork required to get a used firearm the prices of used guns have plummeted. Here is a list of the unusual firearms he left us and their approximate value in here in Sweden * 1. Husqvarna modell 10, 12 gauge, early 20 century, exposed hammers, Lefaucheux under lever, Damascus barrels, heavily engraved, 85% condition. Value in Sweden $90 US * 2. Colt Frontier Scout Golden Spike single action, .22 LR, gold plated, condition 100% never fired, with the wooden box and all the papers. value in Sweden $0 US. * 3. Winchester 1894 "Apace", 30-30cal , gold plated, condition 100% never fired. value in Sweden $40 US. * 4. Mateba Unica 6, .357 mag, semi-automatic blow-back revolver Carbine, skeleton stock, Aimpoint sight, condition 90%. Value in Sweden $0 US. * 5. Steyr Mannlicher-Schoenauer carbine, full length stock, made in 1908, double-set triggers, 7,92x 57mm I , condition 95%. value in Sweden $150 US. You could probably get more money if you sold them directly to a buyer, but that takes time and if you take to much time you loose everything when the police knocks on your front door. There where some others weapons to, but nothing worth mentioning. My question is simple, how much are these firearms worth in The United States? Sorry about my bad English.