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I've inherited several firearms that my father had several years back . He was a avid hunter and gun collector throughout his life, so I know there must be something unique about these for him to have kept them.

The one I'm checking now is a 1913, (according to serial #) Colt Pocket Positive, chambered in 32 Colt, w/ a 4" bl, and Ni finish w/ pearl grips. The grips do not have the Colt prancing horse medallions.

I have found values for this revolver but nothing for one in this condition. I think it would be considered a 99% because it does not have the original box. This gun is 100% new, never been shot or carried without any signs of handling.

Thanks in advance for any info.
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