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Hello All,

I inherited a S.A.A. 1874 Serial #12XXX back in the 70s' it has been in a safety deposit box until recently. The gun was purchased in the late 50s by my father in a Sheriffs Sale in West Texas. I have ordered the arcive from Colt, could be interesting. Still a little unsure of the value, any help would be outstanding. I may be interested in selling it to the correct collector.
#s match on TG and Frame NO US stamp on the frame.
I will post pics later



Have learned that it has a cut barrel, has been blued front to back and the stag grips added... Im sure that ruined the value but still would like to get sojme ideas of price.
 

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Welcome to the forum. I don't know much about SAA's so I wont be much help.Gather all the info.you can on the gun including the Colt letter.It always helps with value.Unless you are needing the money I would not sale it.The money will be gone long befor the memories of your dad and his ownership of this gun.JMO.D*
 
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