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Sold Pending Funds...... A near pristine Colonel Samuel Colt Sesquicentennial as pictured. This as most know is a 2'nd Generation SAA from 1964 and there was 5000 made. I've always thought that these are one of the better looking commemoratives with the rich bluing and silver plating. It comes with the factory case which contains the book "The Arms Collection of Colonel Colt" by R.L. Wilson, and 12 silver plated dummy cartridges. This example is unfired since leaving the factory and there is no turn line although it has been cocked as you can see slight marks in the cylinder notches. These 2'nd Gen commemoratives are beautifully made and make wonderful shooters and are generally available for less than a current production SAA.
$1300 shipped to lower 47, no sales to California (to much of a hassle) plus I'll need a signed FFL to ship it to.
 

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