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    Question HELP TO ID AND VALUE

    Hello fellows.

    I would really appreciate the support to ID and value for this Colt 38 Super, thank you in advance.

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    Eddie
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    That’s pretty!

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    Quote Originally Posted by johniv View Post
    That’s pretty!
    Hello John,

    Thak you, its from a friend

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    Based on the s/n it was made in 1931. It has been engraved very nicely. As far as value I do not know as it has been modified. But if you know who engraved it that may help in determining a price. I have an original 38 super in the same time frame and it is valued at $3500. Which is subjective to markes.

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    If the engraving was done at Colt then the value has increased by a substantial amount. All depends on being original or not. You may need to get a Colt letter on it but that too would add to the value.

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    Beautiful COLT, but the fact that it has been engraved complicates any validation.
    IMO a lot depends on "who" engraved it, regardless its look.
    I always tell my collector mates to put originality at the top of their priority list, originality isn't something that can be restored. I've never seen a 1911 I didn't like.

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