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I received a Colt Derringer from my Uncle on my 3rd Birthday in 1959 and it's been in a safe since then. Curious what the value may be. The note on the box sleeve indicates it is a Colt #4, the barrel engraving is as follows:

22 CAL., SHORT
COLT'S P.F.A. MFG. CO. INC.
HTFD.,CT., U.S.A.

Obviously I know this shows it is a Colt (in addition to the box & engraving on the top of the barrel) that was made in Hartford, CT or that is where Colt is/was based.

Barrel is gray/blue (I'm sort of color blind), balance is silver, with wood grips.

Any idea of value range?
 
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