Anybody familiar with the USA Edition SAA Colt produced around 1984? Don Wilkerson gives a pretty good description on page 298 of his book "The Post-War Colt Single-Action Army Revolver 1976-1986". They were inlaid with gold and had checkered real ivory grips. Wilkerson says the work was done by Colt Master Engravers. The retail price at the time was $4995, which was a LOT of money for a gun in 1984. There were supposed to be 100 guns made, one for each state and one for each state capitol. The serial "numbers" were the names of the states and of the state capitols. There is one on Joe Salter's web site (and on GunsInternational Colt Single Action Frontier Six Shooter NEW YORK Commemorative), serial number New York, that was signed by Steve Kamyk and is listed for $4795. There was also one in the recent Rock Island auction, serial number "Providence" (https://www.rockislandauction.com/d...dition-providence-single-action-army-revolver) that sold for about $2600. No engraver was listed for that one.