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Hi R32KE. New member? Welcome to the Forum.
I think you need to provide more information in order to get a valuation. Detailed description, does it have box and papers and preferably a photo or two. No-one can or will value it on limited info provided.
 

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he told me it was a delta elite gold cup national match but it just a gold cup. the serial number is DG0202xx
It is Colt's 10mm (which is most commonly a delta elite) version of the gold cup (delta gold cup), sometimes it is referred to as a delta elite gold cup. An unfired blued one with the original box and papers may bring $1500+ without box or stainless a bit less. Nice and relatively uncommon.
 

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Their prices vary by year and condition. I bought one a couple years ago for $1K from a fellow gunclub member lightly shot with box, etc. I had been looking for one for a couple years that had not been "improved" with a beavertail, ambi safeties, etc. Finally found one a guy in a gunclub I belong to had. It is a 91-92 in SS of course and I replaced the wrap around rubber grips as Colt was still grooving the front of the frame at that time.



Generally the value of these is from $1-2K with the most valuable ones being the blued ones as they were only made for one year (the first year of production). Then they go down as you get into the 90s. I have seen some enhanced ones with the duckbill safety and enhanced hammer in SS of course that were probably made around 1994-95. I have seen a couple beat up ones in the $800 area.

These do not have ramped barrels, but I bought this guy to shoot at 50 and 100 yards, not blast bears with, so that is O.K.
 
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