Dreadnaught, Goliath and Smith Americano
These three trade names found on a group of poor quality nickel-plated revolvers. Made from 1905 through 1920. Obvious copies of Iver Johnson design. They had break-open actions, ribbed barrel and chambered for .32-, .38- and .44-calibers. They are scarce today, as most have long since fallen apart. NOTE: Add 30 percent for .44-caliber.