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If you can get a front sight for it that would sure help. I think it would be a hard sell without it.
 

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In post #7 Shrek said value at about $500, I personally think that is kind of high. Looking at my 2020 edition of the Standard Catalog of Firearms, I am seeing this information for a New Model Blackhawk:

NIB: $500
Exc: $425
V.G: $300
Good: $200
Fair: $150

With that one missing the front sight and the possible aftermarket grips, it ain't going to be much better than in "Good" condition, so sharps6590 is pretty close with his $200 guestimate. BUT with todays prices of everything firearms being inflated, you might get $300 for it.
Normally I wouldn't have put it that high, but these aren't ordinary times. .357 is a popular cartridge and the front sight isn't that hard or expensive to replace.
 

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glad we got that straightened out. I thought the first picture was clear, but CLEARLY not..lol.
What do you think would be a fair market value for the gun as it is?
you can't even get a nice bb gun for 200.00...............PLEASE
I specifically said, "to me personally." I see things sell all the time for multiple thousands of dollars I wouldn't give a "C" note for.
 
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