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Hi, I had purchased this revolver a handful of years ago and I am looking for its origins and current value. I have taken some photos of which I'll attach. Thank you for any information you can provide. IMG_20201209_131046.jpg IMG_20201209_131240__01.jpg IMG_20201209_131217.jpg IMG_20201209_131347.jpg IMG_20201209_131240__01.jpg IMG_20201209_131429.jpg IMG_20201209_131436.jpg IMG_20201209_131423.jpg IMG_20201209_131129.jpg IMG_20201209_131217.jpg
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^^^^^ What Bill said.
 
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34288 is a 32 Hand Ejector, second model, first change, made in 1905.

Okay that date is a SWAG. The second model first change consisted of serial numbers 19426 to 51126, and were made from 1904 to 1906.

Your number looks to be about halfway through the run, so logic says the gun should be made in the second year of a three-year run. 1905.

The B off to the left of the serial number means that the gun was originally blue.
 
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34288 is a 32 Hand Ejector, second model, first change, made in 1905.

Okay that date is a SWAG. The second model first change consisted of serial numbers 19426 to 51126, and were made from 1904 to 1906.

Your number looks to be about halfway through the run, so logic says the gun should be made in the second year of a three-year run. 1905.

The B off to the left of the serial number means that the gun was originally blue.
Very interesting. Thank you!
 
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