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Looks to be very nice. I don't see a turn line on the cylinder so not many rounds fired if at all. Depending on box, papers, etc. for insurance purposes I would figure $1200. If you want to sell it and not wait forever then $800 is a realistic number.
There is no original box or paperwork with the gun. Does that affect the value?
 

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you need to reload to own one mate, Ammo is as rare to find as Hens teeth....:)

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A 4" bbl is less common and would command a higher price. I can tell you that if that gun was being sold here in CA, it would go from between $1200 - $1300.

I think series guy hit it on the head at $900 - $1000, in the states without restrictive handgun laws.

Those grips alone with the nice grain pattern would go for about $125.
 
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Nice model 57! Looks fantastic and one that would go quick if put up for sale.
 
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