Please state the model and the condition of the revolver. Without that no estimate of value can be determined.
Your revolver is 9 shot revolver any speed loader made for a 9 shot 22 revolver might work but I have never seen such a thing
Late 1950's. 1961
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Assuming you have the Model 88, $150-$180 in excellent condition. firstname.lastname@example.org
We have one on eBay right now. Item # 250128267184
$25-$50, depending on condition of the box, paperwork, etc.
Made for Sears by High Standard, and is a version of the Double-Nine revolver.
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Made by High Standard and is a version of their Sentinel revolver. www.countrygunsmith.net
In excellant shape, about 185-200 bucks. You can buy used in pawn shops for about $65.00 To $125.00 depending on the shape of the gun. I take it yours is a 9 shot and takes long rifle ammo?
your J C Higgins model 90 was based the J C Higgins model 88 and is some what harder to find model a model 90 in NRA excellent condition is worth between 125.00 and 175 .00 the model 90 was made from 1958 to 1962 by High Standard manufacturing for Sears
38 special is only a revolver caliber. that's like saying a 44 magnum revolver or a 500 special revolver. a revolver is a revolver
126.1937 was made for Sears by Crosman Airgun. It is a western 45, six shooter. first made by PY Hahn then Crosman bought them out. It is a fill replica of an Army Single Action Revolver. Mfg 1958-1970. In 1970 it became the "Frontier 36."
Andrew Higgins owned and founded Higgins Industries. They were based out of New Orleans and manufactured "Higgins Boats".
He did not like it and he thought it was excellant
There were a few different models of 9 shot .22 revolver sold by Sears under the JC Higgins brand. Value would depend on exact model, but somewhere in the $200 range.
Those were made in the late 1950's, and bring around $140. 1958 or 1959 through 1963