Sorry- you do not have a Smith & Wesson revolver. You have an Arminius revolver made in CALIBER .32 S&W. Most were made in the early 1960s. Import was banned in 1968. These are low cost firearms with a frame made from a zinc alloy. No specific date of manufacture records. Value in good condition $100 or less. .
The lower the serial number the younger the pistol is
Can't tell the caliber from just the serial number.
Impossible to tell from just the sn. if you found the serial number, you will be able to find the caliber of the pistol somewhere carved in the metal.
Impossible to answer. You have not proivded anything besides the serial number. Browning has made tens of thousands of firearms. Is it a revolver, pistol, shotgun or rifle? What caliber or gague? Features? Finish?
Need to know all markings, features, bbl length, type of action, finish and caliber.
Depends on the model and serial number.
No way to answer without the serial number.