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    New Service .357 value

    Quote Originally Posted by Troystat View Post
    Nice looking revolver. Thanks for showing us.
    looking to get an aprox. value on a 1940 issue .357 New Service in 98% condition. Thanks. Russ

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    Sorry, can't help with a value but you have an extremely nice Colt revolver in excellent cosmetic condition, which I suspect would bring a good amount of money. It could not have been shot or handled much to be in such great shape. The experts in value will hopefully be along soon.

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    Your New Service looks to be in excellent condition with a set of custom made stocks. I assume that you have a Colt factory letter since you know the exact shipping date. I would put your gun in the $1800-$2400 range. If you were looking at selling it you may do better to find a set of original stocks for it and include the factory letter. Many collectors want a high condition gun such as yours in original condition. The custom stocks could then sell on e-Bay where they should do very well. I hope this helps.

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    Thank you -I really appreciate the help and advice. Russ
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    Sometimes oversized grips such as those that have been on the gun for a long time, tend to leave an "impression" or print in the blued finish that may show if original grips are used. A quick check will tell. Very nice NS and Grips look to be a forerunner of later Colt Target Grips of OM post war revolvers. the Jackson


 
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