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This revolver has no model number that i can find.
This was inherited with some other revolvers, and i am having trouble researching it.
Does anyone know anything about it (Model, Manufacture date, possible value)?

It does not appear to have aged well, or was very well used.

Serial 57905x chambered in .32 Long
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Smith & Wesson didn't use a "Model Number" system until 57-58. The grips appear to be in very nice shape and are probably worth 25%-30% of the guns total value
 

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Hey Stu,


Welcome to S&Wl

Way to go! Pics of a fine revolver from yesteryear! On your first post!!

Hoppe's #9 is very hard on Nickel Finishes due to the Ammonia content.

Many fine firearms were damaged by the owner's zealously cleaning with an inappropriate solvent.

Later, Mark
 
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