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What other markings do you see on that gun, including patent dates?
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Those appear to be third-party grips, and not Smith & Wesson. That will move the gun's value to the $275 to $300 range. If you have the original grips, that would probably raise the value.
November 21, 2015
Thank you for your interest in our Firearms Appraisal service. The information you provided was used to properly identify the information below. Here is the information you requested about your Firearm firearm taken from www.bluebookofgunvalues.com
Manufacturer/Trademark – Smith & Wesson
Model/configuration – Model 32 Hand Ejector Third Model, .32 S&W Long cal., with 3-1/4, 4-1/4, or 6 inch bbl., and nickel finish.
Serial Number – 345330 mfg. circa 1920.
Additional Information – 6 shot fluted cylinder, grips of checked hard rubber with "S&W" monogram, round butt. 271,531 mfg. 1917-1942.
Value Range (based on percentage of original finish on the gun and in working order):
100% - $1,00098% - $75095% - $57590% - $47580% - $37570% - $30060% - $27550% - $25040% - $22530% - $20020% - $17510% - $150
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Hi - just checking to see if you got my answer on your Smith&Wesson?