Yep, I've got one just like it. Not to far off in numbers either.
I've never had a Webley Mark V, but if I had one I'd keep it! I can't stand the Winchester 94s with that horrible later safety and I would never own an angle eject. Personally, the 94 action designed for longer calibers never made sense to me with that clunckety-clunck action in pistol calibers. My Browning 92 or a Rossi 92 is a different story, though. The Trapper I saw for $275 was over ten years ago, come to think of it. I tried to negotiate for one like yours a couple years ago with lots of wear on it but the seller down in Fresno was a jerk so I didn't hassle it. His was $450, I think. I prefer one that shows use because they cost less and look more "old west". Or in the 94s case, "middle age west". I've actually considered having my 1956 94 in 30-30 turned into a saddle ring Trapper, but I'd be paying to change the originality on a pre 64 gun. And these are getting pricey. I remember in the 90s a post 64 30-30 was standard issue in pawn shops for $175.Break out that Webley Mark V and I'll trade you Wyatt
I have two of the 16 inch 1894's which I believed were called Trappers?? The 44-40 was made about 1985 and the 45 I believe in late 1990's or early 2000's?The 30-30 and the 45 Colt chambered guns were called "Trapper". The 32 Winchester Special and 38-55 guns were labeled "Wrangler".
I went the other way - installed a loop on my 45 Trapper.I never liked the hoop lever, pulled it off and installed a standard lever on my 32 Wrangler.