Modelo 1929 Revolver

Discussion in 'Revolver Handguns' started by Felix406, Aug 11, 2008.

  1. Felix406

    Felix406 New Member

    Have a Modelo 1929 Revovler made in Spain. Although slightly worn off on mine, after some research I have found that this is what is on the barrel: F90 PQR BARRENECHEA Y GALLASTEGUI EIBAR ESPANA. I haven't had much luck finding any more info on it or value. Any ideas?
    Thank you! Michael
  2. Bob Wright

    Bob Wright Member


    About that period many revolvers were made in Spain and Belgium. Most were pretty well made and nicely finished, and were copies of American Colt or Smith & Wesson revolvers of the period.

    They don't have much collector's appeal unless one is into these copies. I've seen them going for $100~$200 depending on the condition.

    Bob Wright