Pistol made by Hopkins and Allen @ turn of the century or before.
Impossible to value with just the sn and no other descriptors
about the the late 1800s
Cornell Publications might have a book with that information.
No definitive sn data published.
Hopkins & Allen Company.
They made thousands of them.
The Hopkins & Allen 832 was chambered in .32 RinFire Short.
SN's were not required at that time. If it has one, look on the butt or frame.
Unfortunately, a serial number ALONE does not impart any information. H&A made rifles, shotguns and handguns. The company closed in 1916.
Try Cornell Publications.
No detalied sn data published Other answer: The No.6 was made between 1896 and 1899
You will need a professional appraisal.
Sorry- H&A went out of business in 1916, and there are very few production records for the company.
You need to provide the serial number
lnquire at: inverjohnsoncollector.com
100 USD or so
gun shows, custom ammo makers
Try Hopkins & Allen. Depending on condition, anywhere from $25-100.
SOUNDS LIKE AN EARLY 1900'S PISTOL, 32 OR 38 CAL, $75 IF CLEAN
Between 1880 and 1920.
1870-1910 or so