Not much. Usually about $50-$150 depending on condition. They are a cheaper version of Iver Johnson revolvers. The first course of action to discern the value of a gun is to identify the make, model, manufacturing date, and variation. The book "Iver-Johnson Arms & Cycle Works Firearms 1871-1993" by W. Goforth will probably accomplish this. Then it's a simple matter of looking your gun up in one of the many firearm value books, such as the Blue Book of Gun Values, or the Standard Catalog of Firearms.
25-50 USD or so
Need a DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF ALL MARKINGS, barrel length, grips, sights, box, accessories, papers, finish, etc..
your revolver sounds like a 'break-open' type gun. probably from the 1930's or so. No value unless it's marked Colt or S&W. depending on condition i.e., gun is complete and functional. no pitts or rust. then anywhere from $75 to $150...........those type of 'break-opens' are a dime a dozen, and not too safe to shoot modern ammo.....
What is the grip made of?
First of all describe the gun. Is it a revolver, or a shotgun? A revolver has a grip but so does a shotgun (actually a for end).
25-60 USD or so
Need more information. Break open or swing-out cylinder? Also, the complete serial number will be located under the left grip panel. email@example.com
It all depends on what pistol you are talking about for example on the Revolver it is a grip panel where you hold the revolver, if you are talking about a Semi-Automatic Pistol, there are two things, the grip panel, and the ammo magizine.
$50-$100 and up, depending on condition, markings, and history of the gun.
The serial number.
under the grip plate
With no more than that to go on, the best I can give you is a range of 300-3000
Depends on what model, finish, barrel length, grips and grip material, engraving, box, papers, etc.. Range from 300-3000
50 or so
This question can be answered if more information is provided. Describe where marking are found on barrel or top strap, serial number on bottom of grip frame and under left grip, condition of the firearm, what type of finish?
Have yet to come across any reliable sn data.
Look on the grip frame under the grip panes and on the bottom of the frame under the barrel.
Up to 100
50-125 in poor to average condition. Excellent condition examples will sell up to around $200 for the short barrel, rounded grip version.l
1890-1930 or so.
Best source of information is the Standard Catalog of Smith and Wesson, 3rd edition.
No. It describes the sight picture on the target.