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I'd just appreciate any new information on this pistol, as it's a lovely piece. Hi and welcome to the BBS, yes it sounds like you have a prewar senior made from 1935 to about 1939, it should have brown grips without Webley logo on them, so yours are later ones, and the barrel is from a later model as it should be without knurling, hope this helps Good evening to you all.I'm hoping someone in the know can help me with this. I'm hoping someone in the know can help me with this.I'm looking to find out the age and value of my Webley Senior, but I've hit a wall on where to look.Generally speaking I don't just mean "I've seen one go for 85" etc.
I'd just appreciate any new information on this pistol, as it's a lovely piece. As for the serial, I did read that also, which made mine seem that little more unusual.) Webley has shown itself to be very precise when it comes to numbering in sequence, so that seems unlikely too.As always, I'd be very interested to hear what the two Johns (G and M) had to say about it, if they chose to weigh in (again in John Mil's case). Sometimes when these anomalies come up, I get the feeling that someone from the past is messing with us and having a good old laugh about it, wherever they are now.It's definitely 6 digits, 7 with the letter S included. The last three of those digits also match the three near the tip of the barrel as they're supposed to: 258 I need to upload a couple of snaps I think. It would be interesting to see some pics, particularly of the markings and serial number.As Garvin points out, the number mentioned sounds like it has 1 digit too many.