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2006-08-05 10:15:41
2006-08-05 10:15:41

Luckily, Iver Johnson made mostly 8-shot revolvers. The 'Supershot 9' was made from 1929 - 1949, so figuring yours at the early range of that is reasonable.


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Can't be answered without knowing who made it. Even then, there might not be data.

50-125 USD or so depending on specifics and which book you use.

I also have one of these pistols. Have you had any responses off line to your inquiry?

depends on condition. no real value. maybe $75/$100 I've seen them sell for anywhere from $60 to $125 in average condition

its a raher cheap but somewhat reliable production model revolver either .22 (9shot) .32sw or .38sw 5 shot, they have basically no collectors value and in working condition worth anywhere from 50 to 150 depending on condition.

Made in the US, used mostly in the US.

My iver johnson has the serial # on the trigger guard

The value of an Iver Johnson Magnum 22 caliber revolver would be dependent upon a number of factors. Some of these factors would be the age and condition.

The Iver Johnson Trailsman model 66 large frame revolver was made from 1958-1978.

It was a .32 caliber Iver Johnson 5-shot revolver

The value of an 1896 Iver Johnson 22 caliber 7 shot revolver is dependent upon a number of factors. The condition of the revolver would need to be taken highly into consideration when determining the value.

These were made by the Iver Johnson Company from 1910-1935. Your revolver is from around 1930.

1914. There was no US Revolver Company- that was a brand named used by the Iver Johnson Company.

They can be made from spring stock by most gunsmiths. The original parts for these very old guns are about used up.

These were made by Iver Johnson company. Try searching under Iver Johnson,

see text: Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle works 1871 - 1978

About 1915. US Revolver Company was a brand name used by the Iver Johnson Company from 1911 to 1933.

A secondary brand of the Iver Johnson company, your US Revolver Company .32 was probably made between 1915 and 1917.

No published production data. They generally date from the 1930-1930s. They were a less expensive line of the Iver Johnson company.

They were made from 1911 to 1933. If you have the serial number, we can give you the year of manufacture. The US Revolver brand was a named used by the Iver Johnson Company.

About 1912. Those were made by Iver Johnson for 23 years starting in 1910.

Leon Czolgosz used a .32 caliber Iver Johnson revolver to shoot McKinley.

Yes Iver Johnson made a 38 caliber revolver. I have one that my older brother (age 94) gave me which I think was my Mothers weapon. I just got it back from a gunsmith friend of mine and he took it apart and cleaned and checked it out and said it is ready to fire. He told me to be sure and specify 38 S&W ammunition for it. The only number I could find (36210) is on the bottom of the trigger guard which I assume is the serial # Carl W. Southerland Bossier City, LA Ret. USAF

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