The Marlins and Winchesters are worth more, especially if you can get one with a 16 inch barrel. The Rossi's should go for $350+, possibly more if it is the shorter 16 barrel. The wood stock on yours looks great. As far as I can see it's a keeper.
The Marlin jam is a affixation that affects only Marlin 1894 actions, where a little channel is worn in to the carrier over time as lever is locked home. What happens is it lets in two rounds in to the carrier causing a jam. It's fixable, but marlin should be the one fixing it in production not afterword.
The Rossi 1892 are not effected by this. The only downside to the 1892 is it's complicated takedown and reassembly for cleaning. Other than that it's a great levergun.
i have a rossi 92 in .357/.38. i love it, i pretty sure it is my favorite gun i own. .357 outta alonger barrell is mean. try shooting a gallon milk jug filled with water. it blows right the hell up!!!!!!!!!!! light weight, short, handy, fun nothing to dislike!
just looked a a rossi 357 with 16 barrel around here they cost 500$ my dad has one and it is the best shooting gun ever that thing is very accurite i love the darn thing cant wait till i can get one , unless you want to sell it ill even give you a extra hundy for your time !!! yote killa !!!!