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It is a Harrington & Richardson Arms Co. vest/pocket gun. Not sure what it's worth. Don't try to clean it up before talking to someone about it.
 

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they didnt have revolvers 1807.check the date again.cool find though
yeah once i looked up the company and saw it was established in 1871 i realized the date was 1887.

Thing still works mechanically.. i only wish it was loaded...
anyway I can find out visually by looking at the barrel to tell whether its been fired?
 

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Not a top break, interesting. What's it chambered for, .32 S&W or .38 S&W?
 

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VEST POCKET - .22 rimfire or .32 centerfire cal., double action, 1 1/8 in. barrel, blue or nickel, solid frame, spurless hammer.
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what a killer find. Thats awesome man! Congrats
 
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