Re: Forehand & Wadsworth Terror Pistol
The gun dates to the 1870's. The .32's were usually marked TERROR, the .38's BULL DOG or BULLDOZER, and the 41's SWAMP ANGEL (after the famous Civil War Parrott Rifle), but that is not always the case. Quality was so-so, better than some of the general type. Grips were rosewood or walnut, so if they look like rosewood, they probably are. Value averages around $75, but in top condition $200 or a bit more would be reasonable. One detracting factor would be a missing extractor rod, a fairly common condition.