In the case of guns, "antique" has a legal meaning- made before 1899. The value of your Iver Johnson will be based on the exact model and the condition. Although well made, these were not high $$$ guns when new. Value could be anywhere from $50 to $300 (for a perfect new-in-box specimen)
The value of an Iver Johnson Magnum 22 caliber revolver would be dependent upon a number of factors. Some of these factors would be the age and condition.
These were made by the Iver Johnson Company from 1910-1935. Your revolver is from around 1930.
What is the manufactures date on an Iver Johnson revolver serial # Q18255
1914. There was no US Revolver Company- that was a brand named used by the Iver Johnson Company.
My iver johnson has the serial # on the trigger guard
see text: Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle works 1871 - 1978
32 caliber Safety Automatic revolver (serial number 463344). (McKinley succumbed to these wounds nearly eight days later, at 2:15 am on the 14th of ...
Without knowing the model and caliber, we can't tell. A serial number ALONE does not identify a gun.
About 1915. US Revolver Company was a brand name used by the Iver Johnson Company from 1911 to 1933.
No published production data. They generally date from the 1930-1930s. They were a less expensive line of the Iver Johnson company.
They were made from 1911 to 1933. If you have the serial number, we can give you the year of manufacture. The US Revolver brand was a named used by the Iver Johnson Company.
About 1912. Those were made by Iver Johnson for 23 years starting in 1910.
A secondary brand of the Iver Johnson company, your US Revolver Company .32 was probably made between 1915 and 1917.
Not a lot of serial number data out there for these revolvers. There were made as a "lower price" arm by the Iver Johnson Company from ABOUT 1910 to ABOUT 1940.
$50-$100 and up, depending on condition, markings, and history of the gun.
what model, caliber. ????????
All of them have a sn.
Caliber should be on the barrel. SN's were not required until 1968
Can't give a positive answer however I just paid 80 dollars for one in good shape.
We can't tell you anything about your revolver from the serial number alone. If there is no model name or number marked on it, try to locate it in Flayderman's Guide to Antique American Firearms or Gun Trader's Guide. Both of these books should be available at your local library.
Have to know who made it to answer the question.