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
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.
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.