A couple of points to consider.
It appears to be a one inch tube. If that is true then it will have limited elevation adjustment. Perhaps 50 MOA is what it will have, I do not know for sure. With a magnum rifle you need 25 MOA with a VLD to get you to 1K. Depending on how flat your reciever and base is then you may need to either shim it up or get some Burris Signature rings with inserts.
A 30 mm tube will have a good bit more adjustment. You have to decide what rifle it is going to be on and how much adjustment you need.
If it is a one inch tube and has a coin slot then the Stoney Point will fit. The Stoney Points are not being made anymore so make your decisions in a hurry.
MidwayUSA - Stoney Point Target Knob Leupold Scopes (One Only)
So, here is the way I think about it.
It is used.
It is a 1 inch tube
It does not have target turrets and you need to buy something IF you can get them.
It does not have side focus but at least has AO
It has no sunshade. ( I was out today hunting with a scoped muzzle loader and the glare was really bad .)
If you do not expect to need to ever shoot past 1K and not often past 800 yards then it is worth $400. If you believe you will want to practice and get to shooting past 1K then it is only worth $250 to you because you will need to get rid of it when your skills improve. If I am wrong about the 1 inch tube then it is a better buy than I think.
What is it worth on the open market I do not know. It is a good quality scope. I have a couple.
Check the lenses real carefully for scratches and optical coating issues and in particular the eyepiece.