These are really neat rifles, but parts are, of course, nearly impossible to obtain. The Walther plants and all the drawings and such were destroyed in the war.
Establishing a value is apparently very difficult, since there are so many CRAZY collectors that drive proces up. Dieter will not even speculate on value, seeing as how he lives in Germany. A lot of it is how much do you want it taking into account the condition, parts availability, etc.
I have seen some sell for $350 or so recently, but I bought one on here from another RFC supporter for less than $200. It had a broken piece ( the " ball " on the end of the bolt handle ), but I looked at it as a parts source for my other Model II.
I have seen others like the meister series of the modelV which is a single-shot for around $600.