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You'll need to post some pics of it if you want anyone to be able to give you an honest valuation.
 

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Rita, Click edit, then click advanced, scroll down and select manage attachments. Select browse, select the pic from your PC, and select download, then select OK.
 

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Well is this a big enough picture. First I couldn't find how to attach one, now it is a big one...
Open the pic on your computer. Left click and select open with, then paint, once open select resize, change Horizontal to 20 and the vertical will change too. Select close and save. Now go back into your post, select edit, then advanced, then manage attachments, then remove your original pic and then reinstall your newly resized pic.

Hope that helps.
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The good news is that the picture posted. The bad news is that the gun is not worth very much. It appears to be in poor condition, with some rust. The end appears to be broken off the cylinder pin and the cylinder pin catch is missing.

Dollar value would be less than $70, and dealers won't buy those guns because if they are not in good shape they can't sell them and repairs would cost more than the gun is worth.

If the gun is in working condition otherwise, and can be fired, it could be used for informal target shooting.

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I'm a pessimist when it comes to the value of my own guns. I would say it would be hard to find a buyer for that gun at any price. $20-$40 is what comes to my mind. It is more in the "decorator" category than a useful firearm. At least, that's what I would think if I owned it.
 
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