I have inherited what I believe is a Webley .577 6-shot revolver. It was sold by James W. Rosier Melbourne as it bares his name engraved into top side of frame. I have included a couple photos along with this thread to try and find out more information and an approximated value.
Additionally I found an article discussing the sale of two Webley .577 at auction in the early 1900's where one was purportedly brought to the United States, I am wondering what the odds are that the one sent to the U.S is the one I inherited. A google search for images of a webley .577 brings up one matching photo that looks identical and its labeled a Webley No. 1 chambered in .577. My webley is in immaculate condition compared to the one google brings up.
It is in Immaculate condition and Webley & Scott from the UK has said it was made between 1866-1870 probably. Anyone an expert or wanna take a wild guess at a value for insurance purposes (would never sell a family heirloom)