Actually the pistol is somewhat unique in that it has a free spinning cylinder when not cocked. In a lot of cases I will have "broken" 22 SPECIAL pistols brought to me that are not broken but in fact are designed this way. The value is another story. At the absolute best, in the real world your looking at $150.00. More likely, if at say 60%, its probably about $60.00.
You can get a historical letter from S&W for 50 USD.
No published sn data. You will have to call Rossi
You will have to get it lettered by S&W to find out.
1877 if it's a Single Action Army. Nothing special about the serial number.
Check the butt
Made about 1972, 37 years old, for a Colt police positive special with that serial number
No published sn data that I am aware of.
@ 35 years old
Don't know value, but a police positive special with that serial number was made in 1946
if it's a New Service model it was made about 1920
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Need the serial number.
Impossible to answer without knowing all the markings and the maker.
Write a letter to the current COLT Manufacturing Company, historical department. They will charge you a small fee, but will send you a letter of history on the side arm.
police positive special made about 1920
100-300 or so
It is 89 years old. Made in 1921.
No published sn data.
It was made in 1900 and the sn has no significance. Proofhouse.com has Colt sn data.