I've read comments about pricing on Gunbroker before, but i saw a pic of a revolver the other day that looked strangely familiar. I found where i had seen the pic before, J&G Sales in the "holiday specials" section. J&G lists a "Smith & Wesson Model 64 revolvers chambered in 38Spl. Double Action Only, have stainless steel finish, heavy 4in barrel, bobbed hammer, and round butted frames. In very good condition" with a nice picture for $200~. I might pick one up after Christmas for my Dad. Smith & Wesson Model 64 38Spl Stainless Steel, bobbed hammer. Very good condition
I saw an remarkably similar revolver on gunbroker at a slighly different price: "For sale is a Smith & Wesson model 64-5 stainless steel revolver chambered in .38 special, heavy 4" barrel, bobbed hammer, 6 shot police department trade-in that is in VERY GOOD PLUS condition. There are the usual holster and handling dings as you would expect from any slightly used service weapon. The revolver has black rubber grips with a round butt design. The revolver is DAO and comes with a new locking hard case and safety lock. This is a heavy duty proven handgun that will never let you down!". It carries a "buy it now" of $392 with a starting price of $385. S&W model 64-5 SS revolver .38SPCL Round-Butt : Revolvers at GunBroker.com
The seller is listed as "Downforthecount", apparently a true fan of Sesame Street's mathmatician.
I will say that the gunbroker item has much better pictures, but it seems like the same revolver at almost double the price. That is pitiful.