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Revolver Value??

Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by Frog, Jan 20, 2009.

  1. Frog

    Frog Vancouver, Washington Member

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    I have a 1910 (serial number checked through ProofHouse) Colt 'Police Positive' 32, in near prestine condition.

    Can any of you guys give me an idea/option as to how much it's worth?

    Frog.
     
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    ghanderson10 Woodburn, OR Member

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    can you post some pics?
     
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    Frog Vancouver, Washington Member

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    ghanderson10 Woodburn, OR Member

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    I'm not familiar with 'em, but a search on Gunbroker puts it between $300 and $450 or so, more if you still have the box
     
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    Frog Vancouver, Washington Member

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    Thanks, ghanderson10.

    Yes, I do have the original box, and it's in 'good' condition, but missing the lid.

    Thanks again,
    Frog.
     
  6. ghanderson10

    ghanderson10 Woodburn, OR Member

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    This Auction might give you an idea of how much it might be worth...I'd compare it to a few others and get some expert advice before asking for that price though. Could be worth more, could be worth less. Even a dealer might not even know, lol. Joe at the Gunbroker just sold a .416 for at least $1000 less than it was worth.
     
  7. madcratebuilder

    madcratebuilder Ardenwald, OR Well-Known Member

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    Unless it has a documented unusual history, or an unusual factory option like target sights or Ivory grips, it is not to uncommon. I see that model bring $450 +/- on gunbroker. Good stories help sell guns, lot of people buy the story and not the gun, it should always be the other way. A pristine gun should bring top dollar, maybe $600 plus.


    I think the seller has over priced it, no bids with one day to go. That one looks like a $600 gun.
     
  8. ghanderson10

    ghanderson10 Woodburn, OR Member

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    I wouldn't know :p

    The most historic that I'd care to go is WWII
     
  9. Frog

    Frog Vancouver, Washington Member

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    Yo madcratebuilder,

    Not much of a story.

    The reciept that was in the box is from The Chicago Gun Store dated 1927 and made out to some guy named Wess or Mess?? The first name starts with a E. It's all there, but the paper is old.










    Damn, wouldn't 'that' be a story!! Of course I'm kidding. Last time the gun was traded was in 1970, somewhere in Maryland. The paper work is still in transit. :D

    Frog.