check the butt of your Colt. The serial # does not look right
what model, caliber. ????????
I'm seeing 1908 Colt 25's from 250.00 to 750.00.
Proofhouse.com has Colt sn data, 100-400 USD
made about 1913. value depends on condition
what is condition of grips, bore, and metal. what is the barrel length..what is the caliber?? Serial #. all these things have to do with value...................
what can you tell me about a colt single action 45 caliber with a 7-1/2 in. barrel serial number 52154
AGE AND CONDITION ARE FACTORS ,ABOUT $200 IF VERY CLEAN
value depends on overall condition.....
value depends on overall condition. you will also have to i.d. the model, caliber and serial number. colt made a number of different revolvers in 1886
if you are taalking about a single action ??? made 1910
Impossible to value with just the serial number. Could be 10-10000 USD
It would be in 36 caliber or 44 caliber...
Don't know the value but, based on the serial number, that Colt army .45 was made by Remington Rand for Colt 67 years ago in 1944.
Would need a model name to answer.
Need to know the model type to answer.
made by Colt in 1918. value depends on overall condition..............
No way to value with just the sn. could be 5 USD or could be 2000 USD
There are many different models that were produced in .36 caliber so you will have to narrow it down some. try here after doing that. http://proofhouse.com/colt/
It should have the caliber marked on the barrel,such as"38 Colt New Police".
A Colt 1908 hammerless .25 with that serial number was made in 1912
100-1000 USD depending on EXACTLY what you have, its condition, box, papers, etc..
if a single action made about 1877 is the question make a 'number' ?????
if it's a 38 cal. police positive, made in 1926
Depending on the condition anywhere from 1,000 to possibly 3,000.