H&R's aren't worth much be there's a LOT of them floating around that are, like yours and one of mine, family heirlooms. Mine are from both ends of the original company's production run.
One is a American Double Action in .44 Bulldog that was built in 1886- I think. I got it in a trade with a Model 1881 S&W DA revolver 15 years or so ago. Solid frame, 5 shot and nickel plated, it originally had a 6 inch barrel but I had it cut back to a 4 inch on the gun and a 2 inch spare. (don't freak, even if it was pristine it still wouldn't be worth $200)
Kicks like a mule but it's a hoot to use as a Pocket Pistol Sidematch gun at big CAS events. Most shooters use .32's or .38's and break tops like your .22 or the S&W Lemon Squeezers are the norm. Solid frames have to be pull pin, no swing out cylinders. My H&R is pretty much the biggest midget at the sidematches. I get some seriously weird looks when mine goes BOOM! (200gr .430 bullet over about 18gr of FFFg since it's a BP era gun) after all of the folks shooting .32 S&W shorts or .38 Colt with a round ball over 10 or 12 grains of black powder.
The other one is a Model 732 in .32S&W long that my Dad bought my Mom when he was shipped off to Viet Nam as a house gun. It's also the first centerfire pistol I ever shot when I was 8. I still carry it out every couple of years and put a cylinder or two of .32 wadcutters through it. DA pull still feels like it's got a truck spring for a main spring but the SA pull is adequate enough to put together a fist sized group.