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Hello i am from Paris/France. i have got from my family a small pistol frank wesson,worcester ,mass.pat.15.dec.1868. Could anyone tell me its value and how to sell It.thank you.i have photos available .
 

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Welcome to TFF.

That patent date was used on small two-shot pistols with vertically stacked barrels that were rotated manually.

They were made 1868 to 1880 in two sizes, .22 caliber and a larger .32 caliber.

Value depends on which size and the condition, and you will need to post clear photos.
 

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Thank you for your answer. it's exactly what you describe. It is in perfect condition and in order for action. i don't know the exact size but in french it's 6 mm i believe .
I have a few photos but i don't know how to send them from this forum (i am on my smartphone) but if you give me your email i can send them to you.
Thanks.
Dominique Chardonnet
 

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6 mm indicates it is the .22 caliber version. The .32 would be 7 mm.

Flayderman's Guide lists two variations (values shown are in U.S. dollars and are for the U.S. market):
 

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