You can get it lettered by S&W.
You can get a letter from S&W for 50 USD
Need to know the caliber in order to answer.
Requires hands on appraisal
Anywhere from $300 to $550.
Impossible to answer without more information, such as caliber and type of action.
You can get a factory letter for $30 that will give you history. Value will depend on condition, barrel length, caliber, finish, grips, the actual model it is, etc..
Cannot be determined from just the serial number. Need a DETAILED description of ALL markings.
It could be one of many. Impossible to answer without knowing caliber.
Not enough information to answer. Need to provide frame size and/or caliber.
Your Description and serial number indicate that you have a Smith and Wesson model 30,or 31 which was made between 1961-1970.
Without more of a description; 10-500 USD
.38 caliber used by Jack Ruby to kill Lee Harvey Oswald
Impossible to answer without a detailed description of all markings, features, and caliber.
Well since that seems to be the serial number on my model 10 revolver, it's worth $269.00. That's what I bought it for.
this question cannot be answered without you providing the model of your revolver,caliber,barrel length,along with the serial number.
Need to know exactly how the gun is marked. email@example.com
Call S&W and they will tell you when it left the factory.
The Smith and Wesson factory. You will have to request a S&W letter for more information
Less than 100 to over 1000 depending on specifics.
You might have better luck asking at smith-wessonforum.com
No way to answer without detailed information on all markings and features.
No serial number provided. Serial # 426742
Please add the following info to help identify your Smith and Wesson handgun.Is it a break open model or revolver,how many shots,what caliber,what barrel length,along with the serial number that you included.
The 5-shot cylinder leads to the assumption of .38 S&W caliber, but that is just an assumption.
Acquire a copy of The Standard Catalog of Smith and Wesson.