American Bulldog was a name used by at least two different manufacturers. Early guns by H&R date from the early 1900's, but Iver Johnson also marketed a revolver under that name in the 1970's. Johnson and Bye, a predecesor of Iver Johnson, also made an American Bulldog in the late 1800s. These can be identified by an owl's head on the grip.
No published sn data
No published sn data.
The value of an American Bulldog Revolver can differ greatly on variables. The older it is, the more valuable it will be. It also depends on the demand in the market.
No sn data I can find. You will have to check on line auctions for prices.
No more than 100 USD
And the model is...............?
Impossible to answer because you did provide any information about the revolver or the serial number.
The model number of the revolver helps alot then i will tell you the value
No way to value with just the serial number. Need a detailed description
This question can be answered if more information is provided. Describe where marking are found on barrel or top strap, serial number on bottom of grip frame and under left grip, condition of the firearm, what type of finish?
No such weapon made by S&W
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value depends on overall condition, model ..................
value depends on overall condition.................
No such serial number in Smith and Wesson data.
what model, caliber. ????????
Seldom exceed 100 USD
Impossible to value with just the sn and no other description.
value depends on overall condition. serial number will give the age.
100-450 USD or so
what model and cal. pistol/revolver ????????????
50-150 USD or so
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