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I recently inherited this Marlin No. 32 Standard 1875. It is engraved with pearl grips and a seemingly very low serial number. I don't know if it is clearly visible from the pictures but it shows that this is number 19. If anyone has any idea of the value or rarity of this pistol I would really appreciate it.

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Very very very nice!! Thanks so much for showing this. It's worth what someone will pay for it.
 

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It's nicer and more rare than the S&W 1 1/2 wich is around $600 so my guess would be around 850 or more if you find a willing collectioner.
 

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Now that's just cool!!

Didja shoot it... yet?
 

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For an accurate appraiasal of "very old" and/or "rare to find these days" firearms...

try this site www.gunboards.com

The guys there are very informed on very old pistols and rifles values.

You may (or may not) be pleasantly surprised. Never hurts to get several appraisals.........
 

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Thanks I will. Check out the gunboards.com probably not looking to sell it at this time just curious because of the low serial.
 
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