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    Auctions are funny things...

    Pretty nice looking 1956 Python with box and papers , just sold on GB ;for 6,025.

    Somebody got a good deal...
    Colt snubbies rule.

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    $6000, that's a lot of money. Do you have a link to the Colt ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Romulus View Post
    $6000, that's a lot of money. Do you have a link to the Colt ?
    Suspect it was worth 8-10K.

    It's a sold GB auction; just done.Don't have a GB account, so can't see past auction results. Those with accounts can, I understand.
    Colt snubbies rule.

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    And yet, a high condition 2.5" blued Python with box, 1966-same auctioner/auction--
    sold at the high end of its value, 6K....
    Colt snubbies rule.

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    https://www.gunbroker.com/item/822836033
    It pays to watch my auctions. I do give away the occasional bargain.
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    What was the name(s) on the 1956 test target/assembler card?
    Do you recall?
    Another piece of Python history to file away...
    Last edited by 68python; 08-18-2019 at 10:14 PM.
    Colt snubbies rule.

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    A.A. Goodwin on the assembler card. I can't make out the signature on the test target.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lumberjack View Post
    https://www.gunbroker.com/item/822836033
    It pays to watch my auctions. I do give away the occasional bargain.
    Can you give me a nice original WW1 Colt 1911

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    The signature on the test target is H. Rush or maybe S.T Rush. I have seen a number of targets signed by him and sometimes it looks like H and sometimes ST. In my database of Colt test targets, I have examples signed by him from 1948 to 1961.

    - -Buckspen
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