It would appear the OP is living in Canada. A word of caution. The Canadian market noticeably underperforms the US market on vintage gun prices. So asking a primarily American audience about valuations may have turned out okay on this instance but depending on it repeatedly will ultimately having you paying more than OUR market prices.
If one follows the rules of international trade there are significant barriers to moving guns around. The result of that is each country tends to have its own market pricing. Canada is typically 25% to 40% under the US. It’s also confusing to many who don’t deal in it regularly because we use the same name for our currencies but the value of the currencies are often very different. $1800 Cdn is very different than $1800 usd.
While there is no better place to learn about one's gun than this forum, there are much better places to get good advice about value, if you reside outside the US. For Canada, try the sporting shotguns forum on Canadian Gun Nutz.