H&R Arms: "The American" Double Action Revolver ; H & R Firearms; 1905-1942; 130...
H&R Arms: "The American" Double Action RevolverMaker
Plastics, indeterminate ferrous metalInscription and Marks
”.32 S & W.CTCF” stamped on the flute/
"H.&R. ARMS COMPANY WORCESTER, MASS, U.S.A." stamped on the flute /
“THE AMERICAN DOUBLE ACTION” stamped on top /
"209034" stamped on the bottom of the handle
112mm x (height) x 160mm (width) x 35mm (depth)Object number
Serial number can be found under the left hand grip at the bottom of the handle for guns made 1890-1906. You have to remove the grip to access. I also have one in like new condition and am looking for a value also.
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I would also like to know the value of this snub nose?
This is too weird! One of these revolvers just came into my possession yesterday. We stumbled onto a cache of arms packed away by my father in law many years ago. I too would like to know the value.
I have a gun like this but, it does not have any numbers on it at all. Nothing has been ground off of it. How much is a gun like this worth?
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