You might also want to check over at the Marlin Owners forum there are some extremely knowledgeable folks there that would have the information you seek - that’s where I went when I picked up an 1895 takedown in .40-65 some years ago.
p.s. additional things I found: there were more than 5,300ish 1895s made but no records for those were retained (some say as many as 18,000 from 1895-1917). The 33WCF in lightweight had many configurations and where apparently put together as available in the factory (e.g. some had lightening cuts and some did not), the takedown was said to be more common than the solid frame in the 33WCF. Nothing on actual numbers produced but I do remember seeing that somewhere?! As for value - 10 years ago a very knowledgeable Marlin collector said a shootable/all there gun was worth minimum $1500…….so I’d say $2-2500 on the low end today (your’s looks like some aftermarket checkering which would likely detract from the collectors value some - depends on how well executed?!). Again nice rifle!!
Last edited by PennDog; 01/24/23.