Hello, no problem our pleasure!
It's somewhat less common to find this type in the smaller square sizes. This appears to be a Persian "Mahajeran Sarouk," or sometimes spelled "Mohajeran Sarouk."
When looking online, these are some combinations you may want to try for similar rugs: american sarouk & Lilihan Sarouk. Some sellers spell Sarouk differently: Sarouk, Sarough, Saruk, Sarook. The first two are the most common spellings.
It's appears as though it could be from the first quarter 20th century or thereabout. As for value, feel free to drop any item by our forum for review. Prices vary greatly depending on venue, condition, colors, type, and many other factors.
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