As far as scarcity goes, they made 59,400 and ran them up until 1920, so most of them are most likely out there somewhere. I think your gun shows a nice finish and the 6" barrel is not as common as the shorter lengths offered, but I would not pay $800 for it. I think the true value is around $550 - $600, with the loss of finish on the barrel and some freckling on the rib and frame. It is of course impossible to tell the actual condition from a single image. One question - do the stocks have brass escutcheons surrounding the screw?
Last week, I saw four Perfected revolvers out there for sale, so you can find them if you look at all the various online auction sites. If you confine your searches to LGS, you will probably not find any.
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