See Flayderman's "Guide to Antique American Firearms". Value can go up to multiple thousands depending on specifics.
Impossible to answer. Requires hands on appraisal
The pat. dates you gave are a std. stamp used by Wesson on all of his guns, the 59 date covers the barrel stop and the 62 date coves the barrel stop both for his riffles. Now to get to the value,I eould have to know if it pistol or rifle or shotgun The best place to look would be Flayders antique book. I am AA Frank Wesson collector and have most all mod. that was made. If I can be of help to you fell free to e-mail at frank@cot .net Frank Pellett 2946 N Rd 112 Tulelake,Calif. 96134
maybe 100 USD
almost impossible to answer without a detailed description. Pistol? Revolver? Rifle? Shotgun? Rimfire? Centerfire? Caliber? Gauge?
First you have to tell us what condition the rifle is in. Is it Excellent, Good, Fair, or Poor. Without this information it is impossible to give you an estimate of the value.
Impossible to answer without a detailed description.