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Old 06-21-2013, 02:46 PM
Jim Watson Jim Watson is offline
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If the .32 has an exposed hammer, it is a .32 Double Action 4th Model as made between 1883 and 1909, this one is an antique made before the end of 1898.
If it does not have an exposed hammer, it is a .32 Safety Hammerless 2nd Model as made between 1902 and 1909.
Like new, several hundred dollars.

I do not know of a top break double action .22 S&W.
Do you mean she has another .32?
How and where is the frame repaired?
Repaired and rough, not much money.

If you could get close clear pictures, somebody here would put dollar numbers on them.

Registration depends on where you live. There is no federal requirement to register a gun bought from a private citizen, but some states do. Not mine.
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