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I have a Colt SAA in .45, blued with "D" coverage engraving. It is tastefully inlaid with gold detail including a stunning eagle. The grips are ivory. The gun is new and unturned. The serial number suggests it's probably one of a kind. Anybody know what she's worth?





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Re: re: Colt SAA, engraved

Fuelburns2 said:
Its worth a lot! I would suggest having it appraised and keeping it forever. My guess would be over $4000 just from what I've seen online.
It's my intention to get the factory letter from Colt's Historical Department. But, my understanding of what they'll do for me is to confirm in writing the original configuration when it left the custom shop, but not make any attempt to appraise it.

I've made some limited inquiries in my area and I can't find anybody who knows enough about the custom SAA's to give even a reasonable assessment of market value.

I agree with your idea of keeping it forever. The only thing that could make me part with it is if it's worth sooooo much that I can't afford to have a drastic reduction in value (likely caused by some stupid new law up here) wipe out a large chunk of equity.

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