Re: H&R 32
Our "resident expert", Bill Goforth can give you a lot more info than I can, but I think he will need pictures and more info on the markings. I will say that in general, and unless in like-new condition, those guns don't have a lot of dollar value, usually selling for around $100, even less if in poor condition.
The question of a fair price depends somewhat on what you want the gun for. There is some collector interest (which Bill has helped a lot), but that gun would not be appropriate at all for self defense or household protection.