I am no expert, but it appears that S&W still makes the Model 36 and the price cited at their web page is $735 new, which means a dealer would charge somewhat less, perhaps around $595 or a little less. You may be fooled by its somewhat older appearance, since it is sold as a sort of new collector's item. It is designed to fire the stepped up ammunition .38 +P that you wouldn't want to fire in the older examples of this revolver before it was given a model number. That's probably a little more than I know. To get a guesstimate on the age of this particular piece, you probably need to see your local gun shop or gunsmith.
The 1966 Mod 60 Smith & Wesson in good condition is worth $1,200.00
400 or so
$250-$350 depending on condition
@300 or so
Depending on condition; 75-300 USD.
100-300 USD depending on condition
400 give or take.
A used Smith and Wesson .38 special model 60 generally sells for $450 to $650. If the gun is in like-new condition it can sell for as much at $750.
About $250 to 300.
Anywhere from 100-1000 USD depending on EXACTLY what you have and the condition it is in.
Depends on exact model, barrel, and condition. Around $200,
Would depend on condition. $150-$350.
About 300 or so
100-400 USD depending on condition.
Depending on condition of the gun and whether or not you have the box & accessories, $175-350
100-300 depending on condition
50-400 USD or so
i dont know the age but i know the value its worth about 3 thousand if in good condition
Depending on condition, $150-$400. firstname.lastname@example.org
100-2000 USD or so