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I'm dedicated, for what ever perverse reason, to collecting H&R Revolvers, and other H&R firearms. I'd really appreciate hearing comments, stories, observations, facts, questions, BS, etc. concerning H&R revolvers. If you have any old H&Rs and don't know what the hell you have, post a description and maybe we can figure out what it is you have.
32 Mag,

I have the following H&R's

Model 922 SSN AM6446

Young America .32 CTG SSN 818687

.32 S&W CTGE Top Break Stainless 90 percent cond SSN 211251

.32 S&W CTGE Top Break Blue 95 per cent cond SSN 271417

What's the DOB and approx worth?
 

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For both of the Top Breaks, need a bit more info - 5 or 6 shot? length of barrel? What is stamped into the top of the barrel rib - complete with patent dates if there.
The pistols are identical except one is blue and the other is stainless/nickel.

The barrel is 3 inchs and they are five shots.

The barrel is stamped:
Harrington & Richardson Arms Co
Worchester Massachusetts USA

There is no patent dates but I bought them both on Auctions Arms and were mailed directly to me so they are pre 1898.
 
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