The company is not listed in the Blue Book and the Standard Catalog lists only a few automatics that are rather inespensive, so I would guess the answer is "not much".
The revolver is probably an Iver Johnson. The grips were after-market grips, distributed by Siles.
Barrel, cylinder, frame, grips, sights.tim is gay
on one side of the grips there should be a screw. take the screw out nad the grips will come off
It was a WWI military knife, it should have wood grips and a blued finish.
i have ordered grips for the heritage revolver. goto www.heritagemfg.com and choose the grips you like. they are not an exact fit but they work great. i would say they fit 99%. most of the parts will interchange between the rough rider traditional and most western six .22's.
Not necessarily. Grips could have been replaced.
Try gun shops, gun shows, egunparts
barrel, cylinder, frame, sights, hammer, grips, springs
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On an older revolver, you are not likely to find a model number, since they did not use model numbers. If you remove the grips, you should find the serial number stamped in the frame under the grips.
Best left to a trained gunsmith
More information needed - is it solid frame with pull pin cylinder (Young America Double Action). or hinged frame auto ejecting (PREMIER)?
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S&W double-action revolver Model 10-5 in cal. .38 Special, 4" barrel, blued with wood grips w/medallions. Approx. $550 new in box down to about $200 used, serviceable condition, no box and about 50% original finish remaining.
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Of course the value of a Colt Det. Special w/ pearl grips will be dependant on several variables. The condition of the pistol is of course key, also which series Det. Special the gun is; 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th. Finally, the finish of the revolver will also affect the value. EXAMPLE: A 3rd series Colt Detective Special, in MINT condition, NIB (new in box), and with a Nickel finish -- $1,000 Blued finish $800.00.
I have a friend who has a 32 cal, break open hammerless revolver, chrome finished, in excellent shape. As near as the person who had it remembered, it was perchased around the early thirties. It is stamped American Revolver co. with ivory grips.
Don't know, but I have one with an eagle instead of a horse on the grips.
Probably Spain, 10-50 USD
These were made by the Iver Johnson company as a second, less expensive line of revolvers from about 1910 to 1935. If the serial number (under the grips) does not have a letter prefix, it is one of the early production guns. Commonly finished in nickel plate, late production guns were sometimes blued. Values about $90-$150, depending on condition. They wer made in a hammered and hammerless version.