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Thread: Uberti SAA Patton Commemorative

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    Uberti SAA Patton Commemorative

    What is this gun's value, faux ivory, engraved, as new. Local dealer has about $1900 on it.

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    Well, less than $1500 since a new one did not sell at that price on Gunbroker. Another had bids to $1135 but did not meet reserve.
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    It really depends on who wants to buy it. If I recall correctly, these went for about $1000 when they were first issued for sale. I also believe they came with a display case, so having the entire package may elevate the price some.
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    As was already mentioned, if you have the gun, the box, the paperwork, hang tag and anything else that was in the original box, and it is unfired, mint condition you're looking at a high end of $1,800.00 to $2,200.00

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    I do believe they are Sterling Silver plated as well.

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    What is this gun's value, faux ivory, engraved, as new. Local dealer has about $1900 on it.
    Last edited by Matchlock; 04-16-2013 at 11:05 AM.
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    I have one. I bought it used/new many years ago. The last suggested price I seen was almost $3,000s!! (I would like to get that for mine!) I do not have the glass case for mine, they were optional for another couple hundred bucks. They arent nickle plated they are silver plated. I never shot mine its a safe queen. First picture is mine.
    Secound is their ad.

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    I bought a GSP commemorative colt on the Burt Reynolds auction. It is not like the Uberti in that it has a gold colt emblem and I believe it was made around 1950. Says it is a 35 caliber, how many of those were made and does anyone want to suggest a value?

    35 caliber, 4.75" barrel, S/N 322088. Engraved with carved grips and the initials GSP enameled. Lanyard ring in the bottom of the grip strap.PROVENANCE From the Collection of Burt Reynoldsreynolds colt.jpg

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    The 35 caliber part is definitely a typo. I still own mine that I wrote about on this old thread. Maybe Colt did make some, I dont know. I can only repeat what I wrote a year and a half ago. I bought mine relatively cheap many years ago. Still havent shot mine. They are silver plated. As you can see the grips are a little different. I own a regular 3rd generation colt saa also in 45 colt with the 4 3/4" plus a Dakota clone and a thunderer Uberti so I have no need to shoot my Patton clone. All the same, mine has a lot of engraving that I couldnt otherwise afford. I wouldnt think of selling mine for less than in the $2500 range as the last suggested price I seen quite a few years ago was right at $3,000s.
    I couldnt guess what a real colt would go for in it.
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    Thanks Merril, mine turned out to be a non-firing replica after much questioning of the auction house. If you have any old colts you'd like to sell art a fair price, PM me!
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    I live in Richmond, VA where US Historical made those Gen. Patton Commemoratives. Their listed price was at least $2500, but I often
    see them for resale for less. The early versions were made from 3rd gen Colt SAA's, that was followed by them using Uberti SAA's. Finally,
    they even made some using the Colt Cowboy SAA's. The prices seem to vary according to what version you own.
    I was told by the gunsmith at US Historical that many of the early Patton SAA's were hand engraved by David Perdue who is a well known
    Master Engraver. Later Patton SAA's did not have the quality of engraving as the earlier ones. I suspect they were being engraved by people
    of lesser talent.
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