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Old May 28, 2001, 09:00 PM   #1
Art Eatman
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I'm away from my references: What was the year of manufacture of a Government Model with a 16xxx serial number?

What's the horseback guesstimate value for NRA 90%-95%?

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Old May 28, 2001, 10:29 PM   #2
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No. 16,XXX

hi, Art--

According to R. L. Wilson, in COLT, an American Legend,
If a military Govt model, year of production 1912, by Colt's.

If there's a C-prefix, for a commercial pistol,:

C5400--C16599 were in 1914
C16600--C27600 1915

Either way, such a pistol in 90--95% original oughta be pretty valuable--Much more than I could afford. Which means over $500.

Seriously, though--something over a grand. I'll try to look in a Blue Book of Used Gun Values (?) on Tuesday.

How's the traveling? Are you in Austin yet?

Best,
Johnny

[Edited by Johnny Guest on 05-29-2001 at 11:59 AM]
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