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Do you see any patent dates anywhere on that gun? If so what are they?
OK - can you attach some photos of that gun?
Ok. There are several models is could be and I need to narrow it down.
1. Does it have a visible hammer?
2. How many shots does it hold?
3. Is is single or double action?
4. How long is the barrel?
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Does it look like this?
Link to photo
Your gun has a nickel finish and not blued, correct?
OK - I'm close. Is there a groove in the frame that the grips fit into, or is the frame flat where the grips are?
OK - that should be a H&R Premier Second Model Small Frame Top Break revolver, sixth variation, which was made from 1916 to 1924.
Nickel would look tarnished, but not like it was blued. There was a blue version of this gun.
I'm afraid not very much. Around $100 to $150.
Yes, they were popular for that!
Yes - a price can't be placed on something like that with a sentimental value.