I am trying to get a value on a Harrington Richardson 32 cal pistol patented on Oct 8, 1895. It has a 2 1/2 " barrel and a serial number of 384149
If it is in very good shape, you might get 200.00 dollars. If it says 32s&wctge on the left side of the barrel, then it was made from 1905 to sometime in the '50s. Over 1,100000 were made from 1890's till the fifties. Any pistol without the markings on the barrel were black powder pistols. If it has the markings it can use regular shell ammo. Just check the inside of the barrel for wear and pitting to be sure it's safe to fire.
how much if it has marcking on it then how much would it be?
where is the best place for sell that kind of revolver.
hamax: A local gun shop or pawn shop will typically offer 50 to 65% of the retail value of a firearm.
Internet auction and classified sites will generally give you a better return. See the following links: http://www.gunbroker.com