Re: Hopkins & Allen Double Action No 6 Revolver
Since you did your research, my question is - what do you wish to find out that you already didn't.
The company profile tells you that they were in business from 1902 - 1914 and that they produced a cheap firearm that is about the same quality and value as a Stevens, N.R. Davis, Crescent Firearms Co., etc
What they are trying to tell you, without hurting your feelings is that it is a cheap piece of junk.
What is it worth? $75 - $100 Not depending on condition - but on if you could find someone that would want it. It doesn't even make a good Saturday Night Special.
Just consider it a gift and that the labor they did to clean the house was worth as much as the gun she gave as payment. If it was a Smith and Wesson or Colt, they would have sold it a long time ago. But because it was such a cheap gun and nobody wanted it, they had it in a drawer or something and it sat until nobody wanted to be bothered with it anymore and she gave it away.