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Looking for value of:
Smith and Wesson Double Action 32 Cal Top Break double action revolver, nickle, good condition with some wear of plating on cylinder and barrell. SN 230778.

Thanks for the help. A best buddy of mine died unexpectedly, and I am helping his widow sell his gun collection.
 

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Hi CyRE,



A warm welcome to the forum.




Visit often. welcome01
 

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Pictures would help a lot to determine value but generally around 250.00. This one is in 38 S&W but like the 32 I had paid 175.00 for it. They are nice and fun guns but just not real pricey.

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Welcome aboard from the "GunShine"state of Florida. weiweinp

State of over 2 MILLION 21 THOUSAND Concealed Carry Licenses and counting!
 

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I think you've got a .32 Double Action Fourth Change - the design was from around the 1880's; they made the 4th Change from 1883 up to 1909, and your serial fits near the end of that range. Mine is also a .32 4th Change, in nickel, and dates from 1906, serial 1128xx. It's not in the greatest shape, but nothing that old is unless it was hermetically sealed up somewhere.

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Condition changes the value - a LOT. So please post pictures of what you have and we can give a better estimate.
 

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Sorry about your buddy. I am thinking there are a bunch of things you can do for a new widow besides expend tremendous energy over a top break. Get three to five prices and sell it. Move on.
 

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Don't take it to a local gun store, they resell so they don't usually buy for the best prices, Upload a pictures or two here and we will tell you the worth and probably buy it from you.
 
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