Made for Sears by High Standard, and is a version of the Double-Nine revolver.
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No known history published on this company
You can get it lettered by S&W.
You can get a letter from S&W for 50 USD
You can get a factory letter for $30 that will give you history. Value will depend on condition, barrel length, caliber, finish, grips, the actual model it is, etc..
around 1943. Value depends on condition,markings,history,etc.
$50-$100 and up, depending on condition, markings, and history of the gun.
Call S&W and they will tell you when it left the factory. 50-125 USD
Impossible to answer without a detailed description of all markings, condition, finish, barrel length, caliber, box, papers, history, etc..
Sidney H. Higgins has written: 'A history of bleaching'
Henry Higgins Hurlbut has written: 'Chicago antiquities' -- subject(s): Accessible book, Directories, History 'Chicago Antiquities: Comprising Original Items and Relations, Letters, Extracts, and Notes ..' 'The Hurlbut genealogy' -- subject(s): Accessible book
there is no history. both colt and S&W made the 45 cal D/A 1917 revolver during (and before) WW1..............
Dorothy H. Higgins has written: 'Continuation of The annals of San Francisco' -- subject(s): History
No published history known.
100 to multiple thousands of USD depending on EXACT configuration, condition, finish, box, accessories, history, etc.. any chance it's a 44 cal. cap and ball
Rory Higgins has written: 'Botthian and Amphian' -- subject- s -: Education, Christian Brothers, Catholic Church, History
E. L. Higgins has written: 'The French revolution as told by contemporaries' -- subject(s): Sources, History
Mark Stamps has written: '.380 Enfield no. 2 revolver' -- subject(s): Enfield revolver, History, Revolvers
Martin Joseph Higgins has written: 'The Persian war of the Emperor Maurice (582-602) ..' -- subject(s): History
made around 1935. Value is decided by condition the gun is in, markings on the gun, and history of the particular gun.
Is there any other writing on this gun? I don't know what company would have marked marked a revolver with these initials.
made around 1930. Value is decided by condition,markings,and history of the gun. Start at $200 and go up from there.
You can request a history letter from S&W. They will require the serial number, caliber AND a photograph of both sides of the revolver, as Smith & Wesson serial numbers were not exclusive in those days. More information below.