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A couple bits we need to know. Square butt or round butt? It makes a difference on age. Is it blue or nickel? It makes a difference on price. Are you looking to buy or sell? All of the above could, in this guns particular case make the difference between a $900 gun and $2500 gun to the right person. Please respond. Dick
 

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I'm not an expert on that particular model, but if you could find the right buyer for it, it could be worth $1500-$1700 assuming you have the box and all the papers etc.. I saw one at a gunshow not too long ago and it wasn't in as good condition as you describe and I think he had $1100 on it.
 

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Uh, there were NO square butt .22 Bankers Special revolvers. The .22 was introduced in 1933 as a round butt only. In my opinion, a BS with box and papers would be worth more than stated. A BS box alone on eBay will bring several hundred dollars.
 
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