It should have the caliber marked on the barrel,such as"38 Colt New Police".
If it is a Colt new police .32,it was produced around 1902
A Colt new police .32 with that serial number was made in 1904.
AnswerColt New Police was the name of the cartridges fired in the gun.(32 New Police,38 New Police)Could a 38 Colt Police Positive serial 24827 be stamped Colt New Police on the frame The answer is YES. Police Positive First issue 1907-1927 is marked Police Positive on the Barrel and early Transitional Models will also be double marked with New Police on the Frame. This Double Marked version in 90% condition or better will add 10% to the Price.
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A Colt new police .32 with that serial number was made in 1900.
Made @ 1902
made about 1904. In 32 cal. value depends on condition
on the frame inside the chamber
Don't know the value,but a Colt police positive .32 with that serial # was produced in 1908. Or, 1909
Look on the butt of the revolver
colt 38 ??? would that be a: police positive, 38 special kit,new line, new police, 1911 commercial, dectective model ?????
During the 1st year of production 1897.
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as best I can determine about 1880
The nearest I could find was a 1953 model with serial number 663xxx, so it would have to be a few years after that. The N P stands for New Police Cartridge.
Some were made in .38 Colt New Police caliber.
Colt .38 New Police was the Colt name for .38 S&W. Same ammo.
Don't know value,but the Colt new police .32 serial # 18685 was produced around 1904
My records only go up to year 1906 which starts at serial number 49500.
Few hundred. Check local pawn shops. NEVER sell a gun to an individual.