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    Update

    No initials on right side below hammer.
    No evidence of numbers on bottom of butt.
    Grip on left side has a worn spot where your right thumb would rest.
    I will try to get some pictures up of the areas in question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R H Dunn View Post
    That revolver is a 1909 Navy and it should be stamped
    US Navy with a serial# 1-1000 on the butt. Bob
    And possibly an anchor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R H Dunn View Post
    That revolver is a 1909 Navy and it should be stamped
    US Navy with a serial# 1-1000 on the butt. Bob
    I suspect the bottom of the grip frame has been filed off......the front and rear edges of the frame on my New Service are noticeably beveled.

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    Value

    I appreciate all the help I have been provided with by my fellow board members. After looking at the descriptions and pictures can anyone give me an idea as to the value of this Colt and who would be interested in purchasing it?


 

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