Saw one at an auction. It was listed as a Thames .32 caliber revolver.
60 or so
The word tang means the metal prong holding a weapon to the handle.
Probably an assembly number.
Auctionarms.com sometimes has pictures of these guns.
How did eliza and you handle the hired help at the white house?
100-200 or so
Turn of the century or so. Seldom worth more than 100 USD
50-250 USD or so
@ 52 yrs old; 50-500 USD
Ivers Johnson has an Owl head on the top of the grip
Not much of a collector's market for these. Rarely go over 125.
Yes, he is. He is a relative of Sly Cooper in the Sly Cooper games. He carries a six shot revolver with a hooked handle.
it sounds like you have a DA revolver with a hand ejector that is the cylinder rolls out to the left. The value is round 400.00. The barrel I assume is 6 inches.
I am looking for the value of a Smith and Wesson 38 revolver, dated 1889, bone handle with heart shape on bottom of barrel
Needs an appraisal
Very, very, very, very, seldom will it exceed 100 USD
@ turn of the century give or take; 50-400 USD
The shroud around the extractor rod was developed during World War ! to keep mud out of the revolver action. The shroud also serves to protect the extractor rod from damage that would put the revolver out of action by bending the rod and or damage the crane assembly. The revolver is somewhat delicate, and although more versatile than the automatic in the ammunition it can handle and the repeat capability of firing, it is more subject to physical damage than other pistols.
Hopkins & Allen ended business in 1916, and there are very few points in the database. Sorry-
From what I've learned on the Internet, the number on the butt is a government inventory control number. The serial number is stamped on the frame of the revolver; look for it after swinging out the cylinder.