If it's a .38 Safety Hammerless 4th Model
Exc V.G. Good Fair Poor
350 235 175 110 50
I have almost the same revolver, you find out what is the value?
Smith and Wesson makes several hammerless revolvers and to my knowledge they range from .22 all the way up to .44 Mag. The easiest way to tell what caliber a gun is chambered in would be to check the barrel or slide markings.
Seldom exceed 100 USD
That is the .38 Safety Hammerless (4th Model), made c.1906.
Model numbers didn't start unitl @ 1957. It it has one it will be inside the crane area.
Yes Smith and Wesson made a hammerless shotgun. I did read at one time they were the first to do so, but they did not sell a lot of them because of the price back in the late 1800's
I believe that the last Smith and Wesson hammer less model was the stainless model 60 chief,s special that was made in 1998. IT had a 2 1/2in barrel and was double action only.
I recently saw a very nice .38 hammerless for $249.00
without the pics it sounds like a new departure first model made from 1888-1902
Yes, numerous catalogs have them.
Blue Book of Gun Values can assist you.
No such caliber in the S&W line.
100-400 USD depending on condition.
Call S&W and they will tell you when it left the factory.
Check gun shows
You must call S&W to find out.
Standard Catalog of Smith and Wesson, 3rd ed.
Need to know what caliber.