I have a nice specimen K22. Serial # indicates made in the early to mid 1930s. It's a nice shooter, has some small rust spots (not unusual for gun that old especially since it was in a drawer untouched for about 20 yrs before I got it). I am still amazed at it's accuracy. Only thing I had to do was have the sear recut. Best single action trigger I have ever felt!
I'd sell it for the right price, maybe. But I'd miss it. On the other hand I'm getting long of tooth and don't want it lost to some smooth talker after I kick the bucket. My family has no interest (hence no knowledge) of guns so they could end up selling it for peanuts, or just turning it in. <shudder>
Cogito, ergo armatum sum