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original Colt with a 1914 manufacture date - not in the best condition, but still a great shooter.
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Jeff82

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Sun July 13, 2008 03:51

You should get this one appraised if you haven't already. Could be worth thousands. I just looked in my Blue Book...

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Fred

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Mon July 21, 2008 04:28

Thanks. It might be worth a little, but is in really poor condition. It's still a good shooter, but was not very well cared for before I got it.

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Thu July 24, 2008 01:42

According to my Blue Book (29th Ed.), a 1913-1915 produced 1911 is worth $1.5K@60% finish, $2K@70%, $3.5K@80%, and it goes up from there. Add 75% of value if ser# is 115-2400, add 100% if it's one of first 114 pistols with big lettered "United States Property". A quick comparison with the pics shows you're closer to 70% (maybe even a bit more!) than not (unless the other side is really bad). I'd say you're in the $2-2.5K range. (Unless there's something else going on that will impact value.)

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Mon August 11, 2008 05:38

Wow, I had no idea it could be worth that much! Thank you for the info.

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