You have the Smith & Wesson .38 Hand Ejector, Military & Police, Model of 1905 (4th Change). These were made from 1915-1942. There is no model number, but the basic gun evolved into the Model 10. The C/21402 you undoubtedly are getting from inside the crane is an assembly number and has no relevance. The serial number is found on the butt of the gun. Value is going to depend on features, originality and condition and can range from $100-$500. email@example.com Another "pre-Model 10" more properly known as the ".38 Hand Ejector, Military & Police Model of 1905 (4th Change)". Value will run from $100-$500 depending on features, originality and condition. firstname.lastname@example.org Made 1947/48, fairly rare with the S prefix. Yours should have the pre-war type long throw action. Value range from $100-$400, with a premium for the 2" barrel version. email@example.com
Age of smith Wesson serial no 5K4166
e age and or value of smith and wesson 38 serial number 3k36--- please
ethiopians first had the gun in their secret camp on mount gonder.
That's not a model number. We need to properly identify the gun before we can help you. How many chambers are in the cylinder, and what are the patent dates on the top of the barrel? firstname.lastname@example.org there is no dates on top of barral
Need more information. Caliber? Tip-up? Swing-out cylinder? Barrel markings and patent dates? email@example.com
175 or so
The Standard Catalog of Smith and Wesson, 3rd edition, by Supica and Nahas.
Smith & Wesson patented the 22 rim fire cartridge on August 8th,1860 patent number 11496. The patent was reissued in 1954.
Smith & Wesson Military & Police, made 1948. firstname.lastname@example.org
200 or so
Probably not a Smith&Wesson. More likely, the gun is marked for use with S&W cartridges. S&W never made a"Secret Service"model. If you can describe the gun in better detail,(length of barrel,how many cartridges does it hold,what caliber is marked on barrel,etc.)it's much easier to give a better idea on what the gun is worth.
Impossible to answer without the serial number. The serial number should be on the butt.
Have it examined by a gunsmith
There are no regulation numbers on a Daisy model 1894. On the left side of the barrel you will find the model number, Registration number and the patent number.
225 or so
what's the serial number ???? Serial number 6
Based on the sn you provided, you have either a Model 10,12,13,14 or 45 made @ 1975-76 Open the cylinder and look inside the crane area. You will find the model number there. Value range from 100-2000 USD depending on EXACTLY what you have, condition, box, accessories, papers, etc..
If it is a U.S. patent, you can go to the USPTO website for patent searches and enter the number in "patent number search".
You will have to get a historical letter from S&W
Patent pending is a warning that a patent application has been filed. It is completely worthless until and unless a patent is actually issued for that invention. Patent number notice means a patent with that number was issued for the invention that is implemented in the product labeled with that number.
There is no specific patent number for the mailbox.
the patent number is 5209584