1843 44 caliper navy revolver a 14510 how much its worth?

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Could be anywhere from $50 to more than $1000, but there are some problems here- there was not an 1843 revolver, and the Navy revolver is typically .36 cal, not 44- and you did not list all the markings on your revolver. There have been many reproductions of varying worth and quality- many carry a roll marking on the cylinder of ships, and the word "engaged" and the date "1843"- which was a naval battle. You would need a gunsmith to look at yours, and tell you exactly what you have.
The firearms section of Answers.com is full of questions by people asking what their firearm is worth. In pretty much every case the answer is the same. None of us can assign a meaningful value to your firearm without actually being able to inspect it, assess its condition, and determine if it remains operable.

One of your best options for finding out what a firearm is worth would be to take it to a Cabela's store, and inquire with the administrator of their gun library. You could also take it to a gunsmith who can give you an opinion, though he will never give you what it is actually worth since he will need to sell it at around that price to make a profit for himself.
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