The lady who lives across the street from me brought an old pistol to my house that she said belonged to her father. It is an Iver Johnson .32 Hammerless Revolver. From the looks of the pistol, I doubt it has ever been fired. If it has, it couldn't have been more than a couple of times. There is no rust, pitting or any damage of any type and I would rate the nickel plated finish at 90%. The trigger guard is blue and the grips look to be black plastic. Once again both are perfect. On the top of the barrel it reads: "IVER JOHNSON ARMS AND CYCLE WORKSx" Beneath that it says "FITCHBURG, MASS. U.S.A." on the trigger guard there is what appears to be a four digit number 76XX. Can anyone shed some light on this for me such as the year of manufacture and the approximate value? This type of firearm isn't really my interest and I have learned about all I can from the Internet. Thanks.