The Market is strong for both, especially in nice Condition!
Caliber, and Configuration, also matter, but Condition, and Rarity, always make them more desirable, on the Market!
Both Calibers are attractive, although, the 94 in 25-35, might be more attractive, in this case.
The 25-20, on the 92 is also nice, but not in high demand, like the 44 cal. in the 92 per say!
Like I stated earlier, in high Condition, you should have no trouble selling these.
Pics, would be great, and the serial numbers, so they can be added in the WACA, data base for a world wide Winchester Survey, being Conducted by WACA members!
You can pm me if you'd like, and don't want to show serial numbers.
Serial numbers can prove when they were mfg.
Pre 1898, will be categorized as Antique, per ATF regulations, and can be shipped without, an FFL. dealers license, hence more money in your pocket if you chose to sell!
The 25-20 Caliber Cartridge was developed by Winchester, a center fire cartridge,specifically for the, John Browning Designed,short action, Winchester Model 1892. A very desirable small game cartridge, and even a small amount, has killed Deer! Today there are many other choices, but there's a strong desire for these!
The 25-35 Was also developed by Winchester, in 1895 for the Model 1894. A center fire cartridge in it self, Known for it's accuracy, this is a very desirable configuration, especially if in high Condition!
Both are of shorter range Calibers.