depending on condition of your revolver it would be worth 775.00 dollars in 50% condition up to 1,000 in 70% condition.
Anywhere from $10-$200, depending on condition, model, etc.
You must seek the services of a qualified appraiser
50-300 or so
This is a modern reproduction. Depending on condition, anywhere from $75 to $200.
How much a Police Colt 38 dated 1885 is worth will depend on the condition, and the demand for the piece. One that is in good condition would be worth several hundred dollars.
value depends on overall condition...........
50-300 USD or so
I did my research on the gun itself and it is .32 caliber. Its worth about $1,750. for more info e-mail me at email@example.com
It good condition (Not leaking C02) it would be worth between $45 and $60
depends on model, caliber and overall condition
75-200 USD depending on condition.
$100-$400, depending on WHICH model and condition.
100-300 USD depending on condition
Can't be answered without a DETAILED description of ALL markings, barrel length, sights, stock material, box, papers, accessories, history, finish, overall condition, etc..
It is worth about $15-$30 in good condition.
A CVA Revolver with the serial number b52937 could be worth anything. But with your discription it is hard to put a price on it. How much it is worth depends on the condition it is in. It could range from nothing to a couple thousand.
If the pistol is in MInt condition it may be worth around $250-300. Those breaktop revolvers made around that time were made cheaply and nearly every manufacturer of guns made them. they do not command high premiums and are generally higher valued when included in a collection of pistols from that era.
In average condition, about $1.25
Some are worth a lot, most aren't worth much. It depends on what country, what stamp, and condition.
Depending on condition, 150-400 USD.
Depending on model and condition anywhere from $1500-850.
100-5000 USD depending on EXACTLY what you have and condition.
I own one and they are worth around a 100 dollars
Depends on the revolver.