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I have a Chicago Palm Pistol it is still in the original box

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I have a Chicago Palm Pistol it is still in the original box with the parts list and prices for replacement. I would like to sell it but have no idea how much to ask for. Any ideas?

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The Chicago Fire Arms Company Protector Palm Pistol is a flat circular-cylinder revolver chambered in .32 rimfire. It fits in the palm of a person's hand and is fired by squeezing the gun towards the thumb. The finish can be either blue (adds 50% to values below) or nickel-plated with either hard rubber or pearl grip panels (pearl grips add 20% to values below).

Retail values:

Excellent: $ --
Very Good: $3,000
Good: $2,000
Fair: $1,000
Poor: $750

I hope this helps.


Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Does the box have any value? It's in excelent shape.

My reference book doesn't break out any specific value for the box, but I would say that it would certainly help in getting you top dollar for that gun.

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