You don't have enough info to make any real determination. It could be an original gun in bad shape the so called diamond in the rough and valuable . It could be a blue sky gun and never going to be worth much. You need to determine what parts are original to the gun and which aren't. It could be a parts gun ,possible re weld.
The price of parts today it is becoming economically unwise to restore a gun. Rule of thumb. An original will always be worth more than a resto unless you plan to pass it off as original.
If you just want a shooter there is nothing wrong with a wood set or new barrel.