100-400 USD or so
Depending on the condition and if it is Nickel or Blue, with original box, they sell from $600-$900 in good to excellent shape.
The value of a Smith and Wesson 1897 serial 539443 pearl handle nickel plated gun depends on its condition. This gun in excellent condition is valued between 1200.00 and 1400.00 as of 2014.
Does not exist. Colt makes the Python, not S&W
if it is nickel plated like mine it's worth around $550.00 in excellent condition lower if there is pitting or flaking of the nickel. if it is blued the value is around $400.00 in pristine condition lower if pitted or shows wearing of the bluing.
With this Smith & Wesson model 66 nickel plated haven't had a box of shells shot through it excellent condition like new Walnut handles
An 1867 three cent nickel, in good condition, is worth approximately $11. If it is in excellent condition, it can be worth up to $28.
100-10000 USD depending on EXACTLY what you have.
Good condition with orig grips blue $1000 nickel $1400.
100-400 USD or so
100-700 USD if factory and depending on condition.
Depending on condition, somewhere between $300-$450.
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Depending on the age, condition and EXACT configuration it can range from 100-5000 USD
The value of a nickel plated SW 38 Special gun depends on its condition. This gun in excellent condition is valued between 320.00 and 400.00 as of 2014.
The Smith and Wesson model 58 is a 6 shot N frame revolver in caliber .41 magnum with a four inch barrel and fixed sights. It is the nickel version of the model 57. The model 58 is still available from Smith and Wesson. The condition mostly determines the value of the firearm. A model 58 in fair to excellent condition might be priced from 250 to 1000 US dollars.
Made in 1978.