My copy of Flayderman's Guide says there are no books devoted to the arms of Frank Wesson and his successor companies, but I have a very old copy of this reference and I believe there has been at least one published since then, possibly by B. Goforth. Do a web search for him and maybe something will come up.
Your Flayderman's Guide completely missed one book on the H&R, by author Joseph Vorsiek.Harrington & Richardson Arms Co., A Short Illustrated History of194 pages, about 8 1/2" x 11" glossy soft-cover in full color. Newly reprinted with permission.And there i the book Mr Goforth i working on.
As of mid-January 2011: the Goforth book is in final stages of completion before printing begins. It should be on the shelves within 3 months, or less. This book will be the first of its kind, dealing ONLY with H&R Firearms made between the period 1871 and 1986. It will be comprehensive and have quite a few pictures.
Actually, that is nickelplating, not chrome. These were commonly made by Colt, Smith & Wesson, Harrington & Richardson, Iver Johnson- and just about any company that made a .32 revolver. There have probably been more than 100 makers of these revolvers.
Value of any gun is based on make, model, and condition. There were dozens of different models of the H&R top break revolvers in .38 S&W- could be $50 or $250.
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Unaware of any model by that number. Do you mean 11-48?
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Old gun catalogs, google, mamma, bing, dogpile, etc..
Depending upon Model and condition - any where between about $25 and $1000.
Leader was a trade name used by C.S. Shattuck, Hatfield, Mass (1880-1890), Hopkins & Allen, Norwich, CT (1868-1915), and Harrington & Richardson, Worcester, Mass (1874-c.1980). Are you sure it is a 28 caliber? This was a common size for percussion guns, but I cannot find any percussion revolvers by any of these manufacturers. I also find no references to any .28 cartridges.
Blue Book of Gun Values will help.
Value of ANY gun is based on exact make, model and condition. Yours could be anywhere from $10 to $10,000.
The H&R must be as new to bring 200.00....any condition under that rate one at 65-85.00
depending on the condition any where from 150-400 remember that's depending on the condition usually the most would be 200 but it does range
Impossible to answer. Harrington & Richardson company was in business for over 100 years, made millions of firearms- and was restructured under a slightly different name, and still makes firearms today. Value of ANY gun is based on exact make, model, caliber, and condition. You gave us none of those.
Not enough information provided. Need description of the revolver, including any and all markings on barrel and receiver, type of action and model if available.
MOST revolvers are not smoothbores, but have rifled barrels. A very few revolvers were made as SHOT pistols, and have smoothbores. These are rather rare collectors items, and require special registration with the BATFE as an "Any Other Weapon"- or AOW.
Start at your local library. Well, that's one place to go - check a copy of the "Blue Book of Gun Values" by Steve Fjestad - look under the Harrington & Richardson Inc. identification section. You'll need to determine model. With that "S" prefix it could be a pre 1940 Hinged frame, 9 shot Single Action Sportsman, or it could be any of as many as a dozen other models made in 1956. Big difference there.
Sorry, but you have a bit of a contradiction in terms. Western style revolvers are single action, not double.
The value of ANY gun is based on exact make, model and condition. The Topper Jr is available in both .410 and 20 gauge. A .410 in excellent condition is around $150-$175.
Provide more information, for one. What type of action, any other markings, serial number, all would be a start. firstname.lastname@example.org
Like any other gun the it depends on condition. The value can range from $50 to $200. If it is almost mint with the original box, then it could go higher.
Value of ANY gun is based on make, model, and condition. You gave us one of the 3 things we need. There were several models of revolver made by Harrington & Richardson over a great many years. Values could range from $10 to $400.
Basically any gun can have a silencer. Silencers don't work as well on revolvers, but any gun can be threaded for one.