Doing some research myself on this subject and have only been able to determine that the company was named Forehand from 1890 to 1902. It had originally been named Forehand & Wadsworth, and was renamed when Wadsworth retired. It was sold be the family in 1902 to Hopkins & Allen. Sorry this only gives a rough date, but so far this is all I have found. The first answer narrows the date of manufacture down to a 13 year period, and that is a pretty small window for an old gun. All I can add is that if they were still using leftover F&W grips, it was probably made fairly early in this period. Unfortunately, this is not enough to get an antique designation from the ATF since the model was still being made after 12/31/1898 and there are no records to prove which side of that arbitrary date yours was manufactured.
Revolver, made in Germany, buffalo on the grips? $75-$100 in very good condition.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Anywhere from $10-$200, depending on condition, model, etc.
depends on model, caliber and overall condition
I just got one at a gun show, 50% bluing mechanically perfact, bore clean with crisp rifiling for grips totally intact $100.
a32 caliber black power connecticut a thousand dollar
Can't be answered without a DETAILED description of ALL markings, barrel length, sights, stock material, box, papers, accessories, history, finish, overall condition, etc..
100-1000 or more depending on specifics
$150-$300, depending on type of metal and condition.
10-1000 USD depending on specifics
Check current auctions and copies of the Blue Book of Gun Values. Without more information I can only give you a range of 10-1000 USD depending on specifics
You wil need to check the auction sites to see what they are bringing.
You would have to give more information. Exactly what brand, model, caliber, and what condition is it in?
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$50-175, depending on condition.
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.
Anywhere from $20 to $2000. Depends on the revolver, its make, model, and condition. An RG brand revolver might be worth $20, a high end Colt or S&W target revolver from the custom shop will be worth a lot more. If you can post here again with some information on your revolver, we can try to give you a better answer. PS- in the 1896 Sears catalog, their cheapest firearm was their 69 cent .22 Short revolver.
Depends on the revolver.
$25-$200, depending on make, model, and condition. We can't answer without some information- like asking what a car is worth.
Depends on what model, finish, barrel length, grips and grip material, engraving, box, papers, etc.. Range from 300-3000
Have H&A 32cal with serial number z249 .How old and whats it worth.
Need to know caliber, barrel length, whether its a revolver or semi-auto, if a revolver is it DA or SA, finish, overall condition, does it have the original box, papers, all markings,etc..
80% or better around $100. Cylinder has to lock up and turn properly, VG or better barrel, unbroken grips.
Impossible to answer without a detailed description of all markings, finish, condition, caliber, sights, box, papers, accessories, etc..